Authors form commentary on biblical women’s roles in new book

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Valerie Fons, Nancy Regensburger pen study linking biblical-era women to Jesus’ lineage

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There are some modern-day societies that still do not value a woman’s view in religion or common life. This book shows the courage and vision of these biblical women.

With a mutual interest in commentary on women’s roles in biblical times, authors Valerie Fons and Nancy Regensburger worked together to write their new study, “From Shame to Glory: Mothers in the Heritage of Jesus” (published by iUniverse).

“From Shame to Glory” highlights the women in biblical history who ultimately fell into the familial lineage of Jesus Christ, showing how their lives and actions significantly played part in the heritage that resulted in the life of Christ.

The book acts as a learning text for readers, using selected Bible verses, a guide to studying those verses, related stories taken from the authors’ lives and thought-provoking questions to aid the readers’ study of the text.

“Essentially, women who are subjects in this text lived in the Holy Land in biblical times,” Fons and Regensburger say. “There are some modern-day societies that still do not value a woman’s view in religion or common life. This book shows the courage and vision of these biblical women."

The authors hope their book sparks a dialogue regarding the value of female participation in modern and ancient societies.

From Shame to Glory
By Valerie Fons and Nancy Regensburger
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 146 pages | ISBN 9781491741986
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 146 pages | ISBN 9781491741993
E-Book | 146 pages | ISBN 9781491741979
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Authors
Valerie Fons is a United Methodist ordained elder, spiritual director and chaplain endorsed by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. She received her Master of Divinity from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Presently, Fons is appointed to an extension ministry on Washington Island, Wisconsin.

Nancy Regensburger attended Elizabethtown College and Lake Erie College and earned a bachelor’s degree in religious education. She received a Master of Theological Studies from St. John’s Provincial Seminary. A Christian educator in several local churches, Regensburger is the author of church school curricula for various publishing houses, including Methodist and Presbyterian.

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