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Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving and Finding the Church
This book reflects on what it means to belong, leave, and rediscover the church, particularly for millennials. By drawing insight from the author's personal story in addition to others, this resource addresses topics like communion, baptism, and marriage.
Sacred Acts: How Churches Are Working to Protect Earth's Climate
Divided into four sections, this anthology of 12 essays has diverse theological and political perspectives, united in their support to confront climate change.
Right Here, Right Now: Everyday Mission for Everyday People
This series invites readers to seize the possibilities of embracing a comprehensive missional church perspective, both in their individual lives and in the actions of the congregation.
Rich Church, Poor Church: Keys to Effective Financial Ministry
This resource clarifies the issues that make stewardship so challenging in modern times, examining practices that lead to faithful discipleship.
Resurrection City: A Theology of Improvisation
This resource provides a theological framework to understand prophetic ministry and urges congregations to create and uphold a more just society, drawing inspiration from the biblical prophets, Jesus, and modern-day issues.
Replant: How a Dying Church Can Grow Again
This book tells the story of how a church was able to merge with a thriving congregation to enter a new chapter in ministry, despite the geographical distance between the two.
Reimagining Faith Formation for the 21st Century: Engaging All Ages and Generations
This book offers a conceptual framework for faith formation in a changing world. Practical insights will help leaders understand and implement effective ministry strategies.
Nothing to Hide: Secrecy, Communication, and Communion in the Catholic Church
Written by a journalist, this resource argues for a Roman Catholic church that is open, honest, and accountable, offering concrete solutions to combat the breakdown of community and trust in the church.
Rambam's Ladder: A Meditation on Generosity and Why It is Necessary to Give
Written from a Jewish perspective, this book reflects on the work of twelfth-century scholar Rambam and his ladder of generosity.
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