Throughout history people of faith have been booted out into the world to bring God's love to everybody, not just a select few. Insightfully explores the meaning of mission in our lives and reminds us of the work Jesus and his disciples set out to do.
A Call to Spiritual Action for Such a Time as This
6 x 9, 208 pp, Includes Discussion Guide
Inspires and challenges us to live life fully—not carefully or cautiously, but wholly engaged with the world and with the messiness of humanity—and dares us to claim our freedom to care, to risk and to step out into the unknown and live as people of hope.
An urgent call to action, gathering insights from ecology coalitions, emerging theologies, and spiritual and environmental activists to inspire us to work across denominational lines in order to fulfill our sacred imperative to care for God's creation.
Explores our human connections—with each other, with other nations, with the whole of our environment—and the intersections of faith with issues like poverty, climate change, the economy and healthcare.
Change and Conflict in Your Congregation (Even If You Hate Both)
How to Implement Conscious Choices, Manage Emotions and Build a Thriving Christian Community
6 x 9, 176 pp
A warmhearted guidebook to help your church navigate change and channel conflict into a stronger sense of mission and community. Lay leaders, pastors and church staff will be empowered by creative, practical strategies to establish appropriate congregational behavior, offer nonanxious leadership and foster community discussion and discernment.