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  • Black Women, Ivory Tower: Revealing the Lies of White Supremacy in American Education

    Black Women, Ivory Tower: Revealing the Lies of White Supremacy in American Education

    In this compelling exploration of what it means to be a Black woman pursuing higher education, Dr. Jasmine Harris moves beyond the "data points" to examine the day-to-day impacts of racism in education on Black women as individuals, the longer-term consequences to our personal and professional lives, and the generational costs to our families.

    9781506489834

    $24.99

  • Ordinary Blessings for the Christmas Season: Prayers, Poems, and Meditations

    Ordinary Blessings for the Christmas Season: Prayers, Poems, and Meditations

    For many of us, the season leading up to Christmas is a time of expectations, busyness, joy, and often grief. Meta Herrick Carlson's Ordinary Blessings for the Christmas Season is a lovely companion to help us access the deeper meaning of holidays, connect to the ancient story of Christmas, and pause to recognize the sacred ordinary in the season.

    9781506481531

    $17.99

  • Raising Kids beyond the Binary: Celebrating God’s Transgender and Gender-Diverse Children

    Raising Kids beyond the Binary: Celebrating God’s Transgender and Gender-Diverse Children

    Drawing on the author's experience as the mother of a transgender child and her years of advocacy work, this book helps Christian parents navigate the emotional, spiritual, and logistical landscape of raising a gender-diverse child. It paints a picture of who transgender, nonbinary, and gender-diverse young people are and what they need to thrive.

    9781506488646

    $19.99

  • The Just Kitchen: Invitations to Sustainability, Cooking, Connection, and Celebration

    The Just Kitchen: Invitations to Sustainability, Cooking, Connection, and Celebration

    Food and faith podcasters Derrick Weston and Anna Woofenden invite you into a kitchen where a passion for food, sharing meals, showing hospitality, and understanding cultures, and local foodways collide. Answer the call of a just kitchen, where meal preparation is as much an act of resistance against injustice as are marches and protests.

    9781506484112

    $29.99

  • Troubling the Water: The Urgent Work of Radical Belonging

    Troubling the Water: The Urgent Work of Radical Belonging

    In this immersive book, Rev. Ben McBride asks what it would take to truly belong to each other. Radical belonging requires looking at our implicit biases, at our faulty understandings of power, and at how we "other" or "same" people. It may even mean troubling the waters to stir up truth and save our humanity.

    9781506489858

    $27.99

  • We Survived the End of the World: Lessons from Native America on Apocalypse and Hope

    We Survived the End of the World: Lessons from Native America on Apocalypse and Hope

    Native America has confronted apocalypse for more than four hundred years. Choctaw elder Steven Charleston tells the stories of four Indigenous prophets who helped their people learn strategies for surviving catastrophe, using their lessons and wisdom as guidance for how we can face the uncertainty of the modern age.

    9781506486673

    $26.99

  • The Bodies Keep Coming: Dispatches from a Black Trauma Surgeon on Racism, Violence, and How We Heal

    The Bodies Keep Coming: Dispatches from a Black Trauma Surgeon on Racism, Violence, and How We Heal

    Dr. Brian H. Williams has seen it all, from gunshot wounds to traumatic brain injuries. In The Bodies Keep Coming, Williams ushers us into the trauma bay, where the wounds of a national emergency amass. Black bodies will continue to be wracked by violence, racism, and healthcare inequities until we enact changes of policy and law.

    9781506483122

    $28.99

  • Radiant Rebellion: Reclaim Aging, Practice Joy, and Raise a Little Hell

    Radiant Rebellion: Reclaim Aging, Practice Joy, and Raise a Little Hell

    What if aging is something to aspire to, not to dread? Join Karen Walrond, author of The Lightmaker's Manifesto, as she investigates how we can reclaim aging, cultivate joy, and resist ageism. Walrond does a deep dive into different aspects of getting older, including health, beauty, spirituality, relationships, adventure, activism, and purpose.

    9781506487632

    $27.99

  • Holy Runaways: Rediscovering Faith After Being Burned by Religion

    Holy Runaways: Rediscovering Faith After Being Burned by Religion

    Psychotherapist Matthias Roberts speaks with empathy and compassion to people who have left their faith community after experiencing trauma, hypocrisy, or resistance to change. Blending personal stories, new interpretations of Christian parables, and research on religious trauma, Roberts guides "holy runaways" toward new and loving spiritual homes.

    9781506485652

    $25.99

  • The New Big Book of Christian Mysticism: An Essential Guide to Contemplative Spirituality

    The New Big Book of Christian Mysticism: An Essential Guide to Contemplative Spirituality

    From beloved spiritual teacher Carl McColman comes a book about big possibility: the hope of achieving authentic, blissful, experiential union with God. He reveals the various ways Christian mysticism and contemplation have been in dynamic practice through the centuries, proving inspirational for today's seekers, regardless of faith tradition.

    9781506486840

    $25.99

  • The Woman They Wanted: Shattering the Illusion of the Good Christian Wife

    The Woman They Wanted: Shattering the Illusion of the Good Christian Wife

    The Woman They Wanted recounts the remarkable story of Shannon Harris' courtship with Joshua Harris (author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye), her grappling with conservative Christianity's patriarchy and narrow definition of womanhood, and her journey to break free and reclaim a more authentic version of herself.

    9781506483160

    $27.99

  • Spirit Wheel: Meditations from an Indigenous Elder

    Spirit Wheel: Meditations from an Indigenous Elder

    From Choctaw elder Steven Charleston comes this new collection of more than two hundred prayerful meditations on the Spirit Wheel, the mystery that dwells behind and within creation. Charleston guides readers through the four hallmarks of Native spirituality - tradition, kinship, vision, and balance - to find the Spirit who loves without exception.

    9781506486659

    $19.99

  • Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How to Change the World in Quiet Ways

    Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How to Change the World in Quiet Ways

    We often assume social justice work is raised voices and raised fists. But for those who don't feel comfortable battling in the trenches, Dorcas Cheng-Tozun expands the possibilities of positive social impact, offering sensitive souls ways to meet a hurting world with a quieter, but equally passionate, path to collaborate for social good.

    9781506483436

    $26.99

  • In Spite of the Consequences: Prison Letters on Exoneration, Abolition, and Freedom

    In Spite of the Consequences: Prison Letters on Exoneration, Abolition, and Freedom

    Falsely convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, Lacino Hamilton sent thousands of letters advocating for his innocence and critiquing the prison-industrial complex before he was finally exonerated twenty-six years later. Collected here, his letters demonstrate why he has become a leading voice on abolition, incarceration, and justice.

    9781506488165

    $28.99

  • I Love My People

    I Love My People

    I Love My People is a poetic tribute to African American history-makers and culture-shakers, complete with nostalgic photography and vibrant, playful illustration. This book captures Black joy in all its resilient splendor.

    9781506486710

    $15.99

  • In Trembling Boldness: Wisdom for Today from Ancient Jesus People

    In Trembling Boldness: Wisdom for Today from Ancient Jesus People

    Contemporary reflections connected to recently discovered ancient writings by the followers of Jesus deepen our spiritual practice and affirm our efforts for social justice in today's challenging world in this first-of-its-kind book. Beautiful images of the papyrus and pottery on which these ancient texts were recorded illumine the stories.

    9781506485744

    $21.99

  • Searching for Agabus: Embracing Authenticity and Finding Your Way to You

    Searching for Agabus: Embracing Authenticity and Finding Your Way to You

    Pastor and speaker Michael Walrond contrasts the obscurity of Agabus--a minor prophet in the grand biblical narrative of Paul--with today's narcissistic culture, showing that instead of seeking "likes" and "followers," we can embrace an authentic life to find our way to ourselves and to God.

    9781506485294

    $22.99

  • Before the Streetlights Come On: Black America’s Urgent Call for Climate Solutions

    Before the Streetlights Come On: Black America’s Urgent Call for Climate Solutions

    Climate change disproportionately affects every aspect of life for Black communities. In this book, climate activist Heather McTeer Toney demonstrates how and why, as we strive for systemic change, climate justice is a central issue and how Black Americans are leading the movement for climate solutions for their communities and the world.

    9781506478623

    $24.99

  • Your Body Is a Revolution: Healing Our Relationships with Our Bodies, Each Other, and the Earth

    Your Body Is a Revolution: Healing Our Relationships with Our Bodies, Each Other, and the Earth

    An invitation to explore the wisdom that our bodies long to teach. Embodiment coach Tara Teng helps us untangle ourselves from centuries of body-based oppression built into our societal systems or masquerading as religion by teaching us to slow down and listen to the wisdom that comes through right relationship with our bodies and all things.

    9781506483788

    $26.99

  • Love Your Mother: 50 States, 50 Stories, and 50 Women United for Climate Justice

    Love Your Mother: 50 States, 50 Stories, and 50 Women United for Climate Justice

    From elder voices opposing the Dakota Pipeline to young people running for office to advocate for change, women are making a collective difference on climate justice. These compelling stories of leaders from diverse backgrounds and vocations from each of the fifty US states offer inspiration for all hoping to effect change in the climate movement.

    9781506464442

    $26.99

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