Soul Digger

(VIRTUAL) Book Club

Book Club for Your Soul

 

Tuesdays at 6pm Pacific / 9pm Eastern

July 7 – July 28: Me and White Supremacy (by Layla Saad)

 

PAST BOOKS:

March 28 – April 11: What if THIS is Heaven? (by Anita Moorjani)

April 18 – May 9: Man’s Search for Meaning (by Viktor Frankl)

May 23 – June 13: Untamed (by Glennon Doyle)

 

There’s book club…and then there’s Soul Digger Book Club.

 

What’s the difference?

At Soul Digger Book Club, we’re all about books that will inspire the spirit and connect you to your soul.  And let’s face it, right now, we could use a little more soul in the midst of trying times!

 

Aligning to your soul ties you to something so much greater than any news outlet, medical organization, social media platform, or government body.  Where your mind spins out, your soul offers perspective, respite, and true wisdom.

 

So join us for some physically-distanced but socially-connected fellowship, deep dives, encouragement on the journey, and laughter + tears. We’ll explore a different book each month.  Join for one Tuesday or all of them.

 

How do I join?

Meet us online! Register using the link below. Once you register, you will receive instructions on how to join the meeting (using either your phone for audio only, or via the internet for video + audio capabilities).

 

What’s the cost?

Because of the financial uncertainty many are currently facing, for now, it’s free!  Soul Digger Book Club has been in the works for a little while, and once current circumstances pass, the cost will return to $33 per month/book. Also, per the author’s instruction for our July book, “No facilitators hosting Me and White Supremacy book circles should use the circles to make a profit” – we are honoring this policy, as well.

 

Do I have to read the book?

Typically for Soul Digger Book Club, you don’t need to have read the book.  However, July’s book, Me and White Supremacy, is a 28-day journey divided into 4 weeks of work.  To be truly effective, this book asks for commitment.  According to the author, one’s first time through should be sequentially, as the prompts build on the preceding ones.  This is how we will approach the book.  Be ready for deep introspection and vulnerable self-awareness. The work of racial justice and antiracism is physically, emotionally and spiritually challenging.  It is soul work.

 

 

What else do I need to know?

Because we’re gathering virtually, let’s get comfortable and take advantage of these circumstances…wear your pj’s, bring your tea or wine, or join us from your cozy bed.

 

What kind of books will we be reading?

Books like…

Dying to Be Me (by Anita Moorjani)
We Are the Luckiest (by Laura McKowen)
Conversations with God: Awaken the Species (by Neale Donald Walsch)
Mary Magdalene Revealed (by Meggan Watterson)
Outrageous Openness (by Tosha Silver)

 

Join us, as we mine the gold that comes from the soul!