WHEN I FLY WITH PAPA
My character Winnie teaches us how to feel without apology. As she does so, she dares to live a life of outrageous love and bravery. She feels without inhibition. Her relationship with Papa liberates her from the expectations to limit her feelings to a set of emotions. He embraces her emotions without hesitation. Winnie is free because she is fully herself with Papa. Her imagination and human emotions fly with the Papa whose presence, love, power, and image is not confined by any time, space, feeling, or image.
"I just found out about this beautiful new series from my friend Claudia May that explores “embodiment of emotional freedom through relationship with God and others.” The first book is called When I Fly with Papa, and its main character, Winnie, teaches us to “feel without apology.” My kids need that book. I need that book."
—Addie Zierman, author of When We Were on Fire: A Memoir of Consuming Faith, Tangled Love, and Starting Over
''A delightful, engaging, and evocative book that will capture the imaginations of young readers and older ones as well!''
—Michael W. Holmes, PhD, University Professor of Biblical Studies and Early Christianity emeritus, Bethel University
2021. May, C. "Friend or Foe: Can Flattery Be Befriended?" Radix: Where Christian Faith Meets Contemporary Culture 42 (2) https://bit.ly/3DpUPky
2017 May, C. “Yesterday, Today, and Forever?” Radix: Where Christian Faith Meets Contemporary Culture 39 (4)
2015 May, C. “In the Garden.” Radix: Where Christian Faith Meets Contemporary Culture 38 (2)
2014 May, C. “Walking on Water.” Radix: Where Christian Faith Meets Contemporary Culture 38 (1)
JESUS IS ENOUGH: LOVE, HOPE,AND COMFORT IN THE STORMS OF LIFE
"Spiritual friendship offers leisurely conversation, accompaniment through life's landscapes, and insights into oneself and into the profound graces of our Lord Jesus. In Jesus is Enough, Dr. May draws us into that kind of thoughtful, meditative reflection. She walks us through biblical narratives, deepens the experience with stories and poetry, and leads us into prayerful contemplation and faithful transformation."
-- Rev. Mark Lau Branson, Ed.D., Homer L. Goddard Associate Professor
of Ministry of the Laity.
"Claudia May has a way of pulling precious gems of insight and understanding from biblical stories and teachings, bringing out captivating nuances of Jesus' will and nature. Over and over again she manages to show that Jesus truly is enough."
-- Margaret Houk, author of When You Have Chronic Illness and other faith-based, self-help books.
"Jesus is Enough provides a practical and well-needed approach to our desire for a spiritual road map. This inspired book will bring the reader to a closer walk with Jesus. May plots a path that provides the reader with hope, comfort, and contentment. The reader will find Jesus incarnated in these pages, a Jesus that supplies all their needs."
-- Rev. Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones, Associate Rector at St. Bartholomew's, Manhattan.