What an amazing evening! We were able to come together and share a meal… Hear from Becca Stevens… And support the mission of Grace Kitchen! Thank you so very much to all of you that were able to be a part of this evening in any way. Whether you bought a ticket or sponsored an entire table, you are playing a big role in the lives of some amazing women whose story has been changed through an opportunity to work at a small kitchen in Pasco Washington. We are already making plans on how to do even better and possibly bigger next year! Thank you to all our sponsors. If you have an opportunity to work with any of them in the future, please consider doing so. They are committed partners to Grace Kitchen and we think the world of them! We look forward to seeing you next year! God Bless You!
OCTOBER 28, 2022
Becca Stevens is a speaker, social entrepreneur, author, priest, founder, and President of Thistle Farms. As an entrepreneurial leader, she has founded 8 justice enterprises and helped countless individuals. Stevens leads important conversations across the country through speaking, advocating, preaching, and writing. She walks the line between pragmatism and poetry in her message that love is the strongest force for change in the world.
Stevens founded Thistle Farms in 1997 with a single home for survivors of trafficking, and addiction. Twenty-three years later, it is a global movement for women’s freedom. Today the Nashville flagship includes a residential program that serves as a national model for women’s recovery, and three-justice social enterprises that provide jobs to survivors– amounting to $4M in earned income last year. Stevens also developed the Thistle National Network to provide tools, workshops, and conferences to support young organizations wanting to follow its holistic model of recovery, as well as Thistle Farms Global Shared Trade, which supports 1,400 artisan survivors in 20 countries.
The latest from Becca Stevens
When we allow ourselves to embrace both ordinary and extraordinary experiences, we can feel the divine anywhere.
No matter where we are—on a walk in the woods, in a sacred building, or in a dusty refugee camp—signs of love abound. There is no secret formula to experiencing the sacred in our lives, it just takes practice and practicality.
You’re invited to search this path with entrepreneur Becca Stevens as she explores what it means to be practically divine. Woven throughout the narrative are poetry and rants, as well as ruminations on her mother’s wit, wisdom, and passion.
Practically Divine teaches you to use your senses to transform information into holy compassion. When we open our hearts to it, we can experience the divine anywhere – like sacred breadcrumbs marking our path.
Where Does the Money Go?
It all gets very real the first time we hand them a paycheck. Up to that moment there are still plenty of fears and doubt. The light burns much brighter thereafter.
Admin doesn’t make many headlines but the team working behind the scenes and the expenses that every business must incur are always there.
What’s next? We say that a lot around here and we never stop dreaming about how we can reach more women! We may welcome them in but you open the doors.
Date & Time
Friday October 28th
Road 68, Pasco Washington