Andrew Wilkes 6-01-2012

Missional Preaching: Engage, Embrace, Transform, by Al Tizon.

Beth Newberry 6-01-2012

Stream of Conscience, by 2/3 Goat

Brittany Shoot 6-01-2012

Sweet Heaven When I Die: Faith, Faithlessness, and the country in Between by Jeff Sharlet.

Molly Marsh 1-01-2010

Power of the Word

Molly Marsh 9-01-2009
Everyday Justice: The Global Impact of Our Daily Choices, by Julie Clawson; The Fray, by The Fray; Learning to Sing in a Strange Land, by Wesley Stevens; and Grace Notes: Daily Readings with a Fellow Pilgrim, by Philip Yancey.
Gareth Higgins 9-01-2009

WE’RE IN A national emergency, and it’s not swine flu.

Marilyn McEntyre 8-01-2009
Review: Boundless Faith: The Global Outreach of American Churches, by Robert Wuthnow. University of California Press.
Gareth Higgins 8-01-2009

THE UNITED STATES as envisaged in cinema is often a fight club, a place where there are three kinds of people—the thieves who milk the system, the cops who try to catch them, and the rest of

Molly Marsh 7-01-2009
Dom Helder Camara: Essential Writings, by Francis McDonagh; Where Mercy Fails: Darfur's Struggle to Survive, by Chris Herlinger; The Economics of Honor, by Roelf Hann; and Albert Schweitzer: Call to Africa, by Martin Doblmeier.
Anne Colamosca 6-01-2009
Come Home, America: The Rise and Fall (and Redeeming Promise) of Our Country, by William Greider. Rodale Books.
Glen Peterson 6-01-2009
Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion, and the Truth in the Immigration Debate, by Matthew Soerens and Jenny Hwang. InterVarsity Press.
Molly Marsh 6-01-2009
Money & Faith: The Search for Enough, by Michael Schut; After Gandhi: 100 Years of Nonviolent Resistance, by Anne and Perry O'Brien; Beyond Our Differences, by Peter Bisanz; and Kids + Money, by Lauren Greenfield.
Molly Marsh 4-01-2009
God Drops and Loses Things, by Kilian McDonnell; 15 Days of Prayer, series from New Press; Servant or Sucker, by Beth Templeton; and CompassionArt: Creating Freedom from Poverty, by Martin Smith.
Molly Marsh 3-01-2009
The Complete Leader's Guide to Christian Retreats, by Rachel Gilmore; In Romero's Legacy, by Pilar and John Hogan; Wage Theft in America, by Kim Bobo; and Becoming the Answers to Our Prayers, by Claiborne and Wilson-Hartgrove.
Molly Marsh 2-01-2009
Sabbath, by Dan Allender; Fasting, by Scot McKnight; The Church on Dauphine Street, by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson; Engaged Spirituality, by Joe Nangle; and March On! by Christine King Farris.
Kimberly Burge 2-01-2009

Pray the Devil Back to Hell, by Gini Reticker and Abigail E. Disney.

Steve Loy 1-01-2009

As mainline churches work to find positions on difficult social issues, Westminster John Knox Press recovers a 20th-century pro­phetic voice.

Timothy King 1-01-2009

There is a battle raging for the definition of “green.” For years the stereotype meant tree-hugging polar-bear lovers and coffee-sipping Prius drivers. But public relations campaigns launched across the country have redefined “green” as anyone who has changed their light bulbs. We should all hope that the very different vision of California-based activist Van Jones, put forward in The Green Collar Economy, wins this war.

Molly Marsh 12-01-2008

Voices of the Movement