SEPTEMBER 15-NOVEMBER 17
Room 211, Barr Conference Room
“Today's families face challenges not too different from the first families of the Bible. The drama experienced in Genesis happens within stories about families, and the issues they raise-married vs. single life, sibling rivalry, infertility, family relocation, blended families, and the like-and are startlingly relevant to families of today. This book examines the families of Genesis, starting with Adam and Eve. It also looks at the sibling rivalry of the Cain and Abel story and points to the jealousy and violence to which the whole human family seems addicted. Carolyn Helsel and Suzie Park invite readers to consider these connections as they reexamine modern family life as well.” Register HERE.