The Sex Goddess: Debunking the Mythology of God & Sex
The Irreverent Reverend rides again!
This time Rev. Steph is the unabashed modern-day priestess, liberating us from the pain of the past to enjoy fearless, sinless, shameless sex.
This book could be the first time in publishing history that a religious minister has shared her intimate and “irreligious” exploration into the forbidden realm of sexuality.
Rev. Steph has resurrected the Divine Feminine from the Tomb of Forgetting and artfully interwoven HerStory with the history of the patriarchy. This gem of a book, both illuminating and courageous, witty and wise, has given birth to a path of reconciliation between Spirit and Flesh.Rev. Debrah Friedland-van Zyl
This book rocks! It revived my self-confidence and my libido. I am more sensual now than I was before I read it.Chantal Monyane
Drawing from a wealth of ancient sources and contemporary historical research, Rev. Steph weaves complex God and Sex issues into a vivid, nuanced, and enormously readable narrative. I could not put the book down until the last page.Muzi Cindi
The Miss-Adventures of an Irreverent Reverend: a Spirit-ed Guide for Rebels and Renegades
The recently published 3rd edition of Rev. Steph’s autobiography. It is like Elisabeth Gilbert (“Eat, Pray, Love”) meets Bridget Jones and the Vicar of Dibley!
Come on a metaphysical ride through the Bible with Rev. Steph as she shares her fascinating journey of Miracles and Miss-demeanors and her spiritual lessons on her way to becoming a metaphysical minister. The stories are told with humour, candour and naked charm. Enjoy the deliciousness of Rev. Steph’s honesty and her humanity, her transformation and transparency. You will never look at ministers in the same way again!
Rev. Stephanie Clarke is an authentic being, powerful, humorous, vivacious, brilliant, sexy and profound. Her book is a miraculous tale of her spiritual journey in England, Europe and the USA, and her impossible dream to build a multiracial ministry during South Africa’s Apartheid regime.Rev. Nirvana Reginald Gayle
Rev. Steph is a wonderful storyteller. She speaks from her heart, her writing is filled with humor and honesty about her life experiences. This is a book which resonates with the human condition of desire to learn, grow, love and be loved. Whether you are a proponent of Science of Mind or another path, there is much to learn if you are open-minded. Highly recommend this book.Hope Elliot
Down, Dirty and Divine: a Spiritual Ride Through London’s Underground
In a dream on 25th September, 2011, Rev. Steph was told to write this book as a spiritual tour guide, using the tube stations of London’s Underground as the physical and spiritual entry point into the city’s gruesome underbelly. She was then reminded of the ancient prophecy that London is to become the New Jerusalem, a celestial city of Light where the lost tribes of Israel, all religions, and all nations, might be reconciled and thus shift the future of Planet Earth on its axis. The fascinating stories of London’s shadow side as well as Rev. Steph’s prayers will guide you to the places that you were always destined to heal within yourself and for the world.
I recommend “Down, Dirty and Divine” highly!!!. Especially if you are in or traveling to London. It holds the potential to change your life and transform whatever you wish to see healed. It’s like a Bible. In a good way!Mary MacDonald Hamill
CD Uncommon Prayer
A CD by Rev. Stephanie Clarke
Ten affirmative prayers, spoken spontaneously for you, with classical music in the background, to inspire, motivate and uplift. Price per digital download of Uncommon Prayer with 10 Prayers = $9.99 To order you own Mp3 recording of Uncommon Prayer, please click on the link below. Buy Now
Publisher: Ministry of Light Expressions ISBN 978-0-9567716-1-2
This wonderful CD, Uncommon Prayer, is my constant companion. It reminds me of who I truly am and of the endless possibilities in this magical Universe. Listening to it keeps me present and focused, joyful and light. Thank you, Steph!Diana Arthur