Daughters in the House of Jacob


Authors: Dorothy Peters with Christine Kampen


This memoir is about two Canadian Mennonite women—a Bible professor and a pastor—and a surprising story of migration that traces their vocational calling across generations and gender, back to their Bible teaching-preaching grandfather Jacob and to their unforgettable great-grandmother Agatha. The authors interview elder-storytellers and investigate leads through a trail of letters, pictures, and documents, while reflecting on their own journeys and solving a few mysteries along the way.

“Warmly, and with astonishing honesty, cousins Dorothy Peters and Christine Kampen relate ‘who we are’ as women with a God-call to ministry. They draw us into the ‘surprises, secrets, and treasures’ of their wonderfully complicated family saga.”

Dora Dueck, author of This Hidden Thing and What You Get at Home

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 22.8 × 15 × 1.5 cm


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