“An honest, piercing, blunt, lyrical, remarkable writer about the endless chambers of joy and pain in the heart.” Brian Doyle, author of Mink River
“Finding wonder in a time of loss of relationship. A book to savor even as it is difficult to put down on first read.” Reverend Ann Fontaine
(2016) Season of Wonder: Losing and Finding (CreateSpace). Author.
“Impressive in its scope of thought and coverage of so many aspects of one woman’s life. Brown’s memoir is a book one keeps close on the shelf.” Nancy Slavin for Hipfish Magazine
“The body is getting its due as the normal gifted vehicle for Spirit!” Richard Rohr, author of Falling Upward
(2011) Jesus Loves Women: A Memoir of Body and Spirit (DreamSeeker Books). Author.
(2009) Twila and the Treasure (Frederick Press). Author and Publisher.
(2008) Sackcloth and Ashes. Poetry Chapbook. Author and Publisher.
(2007) Frederick and the Flute Maker: A Haystack Rock Story (Frederick Press). Author and Publisher.
(2005) Getting in the Way: Stories from Christian Peacemaker Teams (Herald Press). Editor and Contributor.
“Brown’s study is the first major attempt to apply patron-client categories to Johannine pneumatology … this remarkable, ground-breaking study is a must for scholars of John’s pneumatology.” The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 67, 2005
(2004) Spirit in the Writings of John: Johannine Pneumatology in Social-Scientific Perspective (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series, 253; T & T Clark International). Author.
“To address today’s realities in light of the gospel, we can scarcely do better than to read this book.” Walter Wink, author of Engaging the Powers