Spiritual Narrative: Claiming It, Writing It, Publishing It: 4-Week Webinar with Jan Phillips

  • Wednesday, May 01, 2019
  • 3:00 PM
  • Wednesday, May 22, 2019
  • 4:30 PM
  • On your computer!


  • If you have paid for a webinar 3-pack, contact iwwgquestions@iwwg.org for a code that will allow you to sign up for this program.

Registration is closed

4 Wednesdays: May 1, 8, 15, 22

3:00–4:30 PM Eastern / 12:00–1:30 PM Pacific // Check your time-zone HERE.

REGISTER even if you can't attend all four sessions "live," because we will promptly email you the recording of each session.

This webinar is for the woman who is ready to write about the role that religion/spirituality has played in the narrative arc of her life. It will guide participants through a process of self- examination as spiritual cartography—we chart the major influences, map out the dangerous patriarchal pitfalls, clarify the crossroads where we learned to divine our own bodies and transcend institutions that desacralized the Feminine. It opens up our own stories to reveal the magnificent conflicts religion has offered us as grist for the mill, allowing us to find our prophetic voices even as the churches we loved oppressed, silenced and minimized us.

By the end of this workshop, you will:

  • know exactly where your story begins and ends.
  • have completed an annotated Table of Contents.
  • know everything you need to know to write a winning book proposal.
  • understand completely why your book has value and why you are the one to write it.

Jan Phillips is a writer who connects the dots between evolutionary creativity, spiritual intelligence, and social action. Her life has been shaped by two years in a Catholic convent, one year on a global peace pilgrimage, and sixty-nine years of being gay. Dismissed from the convent, excommunicated from her church, Jan created a life that redefines spirituality as the expression of her ultimate commitments. She is the author of ten award-winning books and facilitates writing and storytelling workshops around the U.S. and Canada. Her agent is currently shopping around her spiritual memoir, Unveiled—The Making of a Lesbian Mystic. Jan is the founder/director of the Livingkindness Foundation, which has built a computer center for a village in Nigeria and supports projects for racial diversity in the U.S. Jan has performed with Pete Seeger, presented with Jane Goodall, and worked for Mother Teresa. She is currently the Interim Co-Executive Director of the IWWG. 

Cost: $119 for members / $149 for nonmembers / free to webinar 3-pack subscribers

NOTE: You have to register TWICE:  FIRST, here, to pay;  SECOND, with Zoom (link in confirmation email), to get the access information.