A Bar Mitzvah is a Jewish rite of passage historically reserved for 13-year-old boys. But four women in Athens are taking this spiritual journey together as adults. Discover why they invested two years of intense study to become Bat Mitzvah.
Unlike friends at the Hocking Hills Mennonite Church, the Springers were not born into their faith. Coming from an outside world, their transition was marked by questions of how they would raise their children and the kind of community in which they live.
The women of the Pentecostal Church are complex and fascinating, setting themselves apart from society out of their love for God. This story explores Pentecostal women's joys and challenges in an effort to confront and shatter stereotypes about their faith.