If you are passionate about women in leadership, please join me in congratulating my friend, Sarah Andreas on her new book titled Invisible Roots. In an era where vulnerability can be viewed as weakness and where our level of intimacy with our devices has surpassed our level of closeness with people, Andreas boldly steps up to show the need for women to be seen and heard, so that we can step out of human-imposed limitations, or self-imposed inadequacy to God’s limitless horizons. This book is an easy read because it is thoroughly captivating. Page after page, the author puts forth her unrestrained passion to be the change she needs to see in our world. This change calls for women to step up as visible leaders, unhindered by repressive socio-cultural expectations of the past so that the new generations can witness the role-models who speak life into the God-given aspirations springing forth from female leadership. This book is not limited to women’s empowerment, but it allows the reader to see how wisdom and learning impact our sense of identity.