New & Noteworthy

A Terrible Thing to Waste
Many U.S. children living in poverty are further penalized by struggling public schools. Nicole Baker Fulgham, former vice president of faith community relations at Teach for America, offers passionate, practical solutions in Educating All God’s Children: What Christians Can—and Should—Do to Improve Public Education for Low-Income Kids. Brazos Press

Holy Disruption
The documentary Bidder 70 tells the story of a different kind of civil disobedience: Tim DeChristopher helped save 22,000 acres of Utah wilderness by outbidding industry figures at a disputed Bureau of Land Management oil and gas lease auction, with no intention of paying or drilling.

Soulful Justice
In Just Spirituality: How Faith Practices Fuel Social Action, author Mae Elise Cannon profiles how the activism of seven Christian leaders was shaped by their practice of specific spiritual disciplines and offers ways to apply those disciplines in our own lives. IVP Books

Prophetic Good News
Pastor and anti-poverty worker George S. Johnson’s self-published anthology, Courage to Think Differently, testifies to, as Walter Brueggemann writes in the preface, “an awareness that the gospel pertains to every public question among us.” Includes essays by Frances Moore Lappé, Shane Claiborne, Elsa Tamez, and many more.

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