In this episode we talk to homeschooling mother and author with MK Jorgenson, about her recently-released book The Wardrobe Fast: How Cheap Clothes Ruin Lives (and How We Can Do Better). It’s an engaging short book written from a Christian perspective, but full of things that people can agree on and take on board regardless of their faith.
Presented by Alessia Cesana with MK Jorgenson. Edited by Alessia Cesana and Richard Harris. Music "Circles" by Greg Aktinson under CC license.
MK Jorgenson is a homeschooling mother and the author of The Wardrobe Fast: How Cheap Clothes Ruin Lives (and How We Can Do Better), available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle version. As a Christian, she is interested in wrestling with the big questions of what building the kingdom of God looks like in the contest of Western living, with the wealth and challenges that we experience. She lives in Arkansas, USA with her husband and children, and you can learn more about her and the novel on her website and on her Instagram.
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