The poetry of this classic hymn combine with beautiful illustrations to create a picture book that children and adults alike will cherish. Includes the written music and lyrics.
The God of the Bible was never neutral. Pointing to today's protests, riots, and strikes, popular YouTuber and public theologian Damon Garcia rallies progressive Christians to set aside niceness and the compulsive need for harmony to walk in Jesus's footsteps--the Jesus who flipped tables in the temple and shook empires.
Aggravated women disciples, Jesus hugging rainbow sheep, a man praying "WTF?": the cartoons of David Hayward, the artist behind @NakedPastor, are graffiti on the walls of the church. This collection includes best-loved and never-before-seen cartoons that will challenge and inspire those grappling with the realities of the church as we know it.
In 4D Formation: Exploring Vocation in Community, Drew Tucker builds on his definition of vocation as "meaningful, life-giving work for the world" to equip vocational explorers with the confidence and skills to examine, clarify, and affirm their purpose and identity, and ultimately to experience God's presence in and purpose for their lives.
Climate change is creating a spiritual emergency that hits young people harder than any others, observes author Talitha Amadea Aho. In Deep Water guides readers of any generation to develop a communal practice of ecologically informed spiritual care, especially for today's youth.
Youth Ministry as Peace Education offers clergy, students, and practitioners a new approach to youth ministry--to equip young people to transform violence and oppression as part of their Christian vocation. In this theologically robust and pedagogically innovative and tested resource, Elizabeth W. Corrie shows that youth, like all of us, are meant to work to establish God's shalom--peace, justice, and well-being--on earth as it is in heaven.
Grace and Gigabytes explores the intersection of technology, culture, and church. Examining digital technology not as a set of tools, but as a force for cultural transformation, Ryan M. Panzer explores the networked values of the digital age--questions, connection, collaboration, and creativity; demonstrates the need for the church to change if it is to realize its mission; and makes recommendations for the practice of ministry today.
Covering everything from doomsday disasters to everyday calamities, Molly Phinney Baskette confronts life straight-on with spiritual wisdom to help us survive, own our fears, and find our way back from the brink of our worst-case scenarios.
Rich in Buddhist and Quaker spiritual wisdom and practice, Hope Leans Forward helps us navigate life's essential questions of true aliveness and meaning--guiding us to discover greater bravery and courage to meet these fractured times. As we cultivate clarity and discernment, we see ourselves truly connected to a larger whole.
In Eyes of the Heart: Seeing God in an Age of Science, Russell Haitch offers a model for unifying faith and science that does not compromise either good science or Christian convictions. With wit and insight, Haitch shows how his model resolves long-standing (and still heated) issues of creation and evolution. Compelling stories and clear explanations will appeal to a wide audience, including parents, youth workers, and young people themselves.
Big Questions, Worthy Dreams: Mentoring Emerging Adults in Their Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Faith
Big Questions, Worthy Dreams was written to inform and inspire educators, church leaders, and others to consider the institutional and cultural patterns that affect emerging adults. It serves to bridge the divide between generations and to encourage more adequate recognition of what is at stake in the response of all who interact with emerging young adult lives.
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