Be challenged and inspired by the stories of incredible and courageous women who model a new way of following Christ.
Many have heard of the Cappadocian Fathers—that trio from the fourth century who shaped much of the way we think about our faith today. What some don’t realize is that these men were surrounded by several devout women who had a profound influence on their lives and their theology.
Dr. Carla Sunberg has uncovered the fragments of details that remain about seven revolutionary women, whom she calls the Cappadocian Mothers. In so doing, Sunberg introduces to us a group of saints who practiced some very Uncommon Virtues. You’ll be challenged and inspired by the stories of these incredible and courageous women who model a new way of following Christ.
If you are using Uncommon Virtues in a small group setting use these weekly videos with Dr. Carla Sunberg to help supplement your study and guide discussions.
Praise for Uncommon Virtues
"Sunberg and Hadley use both history and imagination to allow us to catch a glimpse of ordinary people whom God has made extraordinary.”
Rick Harvey, Lead Pastor
Bethany First Church of the Nazarene
"Dare to read it with openness to the Spirit and you just might catch a vision of the virtuous and holy life that can be lived out in your ordinary, everyday life.”
Tara Beth Leach, Lead Pastor
First Church of the Nazarene
"Sunberg’s writing is eloquent, inspiring, and well referenced. Her work gives long-overdue attention to the impact of virtuous women on the formation of Christian orthodoxy.”
Dr. Jonathan S. Raymond, President Emeritus
Trinity Western University