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  • My Body Is Not A Prayer Request

    $19.99

    The church has forgotten that we worship a disabled God whose wounds survived resurrection, says Amy Kenny. It is time for the church to start treating disabled people as full members of the body of Christ who have much more to offer than a miraculous cure narrative and to learn from their embodied experiences.

    Written by a disabled Christian, this book shows that the church is missing out on the prophetic witness and blessing of disability. Kenny reflects on her experiences inside the church to expose unintentional ableism and cast a new vision for Christian communities to engage disability justice. She shows that until we cultivate church spaces where people with disabilities can fully belong, flourish, and lead, we are not valuing the diverse members of the body of Christ.

    Offering a unique blend of personal storytelling, fresh and compelling writing, biblical exegesis, and practical application, this book invites readers to participate in disability justice and create a more inclusive community in church and parachurch spaces. Engaging content such as reflection questions and top-ten lists are included.

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  • Parenting For A Better World

    $18.99

    Living faithfully isn’t about attending church. Being Christian is about living in right, just relationships with other people and the rest of creation. How can Christian parents avoid being overcome with the pressure to be a perfect parent and make a difference in the world? Parenting for a Better World shows there are all sorts of ways we can make a real difference from within our own homes.

    Even busy parents can work with their families for global justice. Without pressing you to do it all, this book offers spiritual resources for reflecting on the relationship between your faith, your calling for justice, and your commitment to parenting. Find encouragement from fellow parents who weave together stories of caregiving, activism, and scripture that affirm your sense of calling. Plus, it offers practical strategies to help committed (and over-committed) people integrate caregiving and justice work into their daily lives.

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  • No Apologies : Why Civilization Depends On The Strength Of Men

    $29.99

    No more apologies for being a man! Best-selling social commentator Anthony Esolen draws on timeless wisdom to defend the masculine virtues of strength, drive, ambition, and determination in building and upholding civilization itself.

    It’s time to end the apology tour for traditional masculinity. A generation of young men and boys are being raised in self-loathing, taught that the core of their identity as men is not only abhorrent, but the fountainhead of humanity’s ills.

    In No Apologies, veteran author and professor, Anthony Esolen, issues a powerful defense of the virtues of masculine strength. From the thankless brute force that erected buildings, paved roads, and cleared ground, to the boundless energy of youth that compelled centuries of global exploration, to the father’s embodied authority as protector, director, and exemplar of law and justice, Esolen shows how civilization has rested upon the strength of men.

    Wizened, accessible, and powerfully articulated, Esolen draws on two millennia of historical thought, citing giants like Plato, Augustine, Aquinas, Twain, Solzhenitsyn, and others in a vigorous and timely defense of the masculine ethos.

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  • Uneasy Conscience Of Modern Fundamentalism

    $24.99

    An Influential Guide on Evangelicals’ Critical Role in Social Issues

    As social problems including prejudice, classism, and war dominated conversations in the 1940s, orthodox Christians became known for their indifference rather than compassionate leadership around the issues. If the gospel has the power to change the world, shouldn’t Christians engage in global matters with biblical authority?

    In The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism, theologian Carl F. H. Henry critiques separatist evangelicals and their absence from the social arena, calling on all Christians to unite humanitarianism with Christ-centered leadership to impact the kingdom of God. With cultural and political analysis that is still timely today, he inspires believers to reject pessimism about the human condition and embrace action, responding to global needs and pointing to Christ as the ultimate solution for every social ill.

    Topical Explores social ethics, politics, global order, and more from a Christian perspective

    Theological: Compares religious liberalism and fundamentalism in culture, reformation, supernaturalism, and redemption

    Edited Edition: This classic book from Carl F. H. Henry, a prominent figure in evangelicalism, has been updated with a foreword by Russell Moore

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  • Choose Life : Answering Key Claims Of Abortion Defenders With Compassion

    $17.99

    You’re pro-life. But can you explain why?

    You already believe in choosing life. But when the counterarguments are coming at you from every angle–legal, biological, medical, ethical, moral, philosophical, and biblical–how do you defend the pro-life view? And as you defend it . . . how do you speak with wisdom, humility, and compassion?

    Now more than ever, the times call for a balance of truth and mercy. There are good, wise, and thoughtful rebuttals of every claim made by pro-abortion advocates. Collected here in one place, Choose Life offers you reasonable responses from leading experts in their respective fields. The authors are accomplished women and men from all walks of life.
    They’ll help you know what to say–and why to say it–when you’re faced with claims like:

    *”The courts have already settled the issue.”
    *”The fetus is not a person.”
    *”My body, my choice.”
    *”I shouldn’t have to raise an unwanted child.”
    *”My circumstances justify ending my pregnancy.”
    *”Abortions are helpful to women and society.”
    *”The pro-life movement doesn’t care about social justice.”

    It’s time to set aside the strident fist-shaking and hurled insults. Learn to make the pro-life case with intelligent arguments and compassionate love–just the way a Christian should.

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  • Race Wise Family

    $17.00

    A timely resource to equip Christian parents to better understand the roots of racism and provide practical guidance on addressing issues of race within their families.

    Never before has the topic of race been such a pressing conversation within American households. Christian parents need to be equipped with a biblical foundation for how to raise race-wise children who will treat all people equally and respectfully.

    The Race-Wise Family walks Christian parents through ten distinct postures of the heart to raise kingdom-minded children who will stand against racial injustice and inequity as part of their Christian witness and discipleship. Incredibly actionable, The Race-Wise Family includes:

    – Key Scripture and takeaways for understanding a biblical theology of race
    – Discussion questions, prayers, and conversation starters for families to work through together
    – Activities and resources families can use to be active in their communities

    No matter where parents and families are on their journey toward racial awareness, The Race-Wise Family will give parents the practical tools they need to raise children who can confidently engage with today’s challenges of race and culture and become change agents of hope and healing.

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  • Not In It To Win It

    $22.99

    People often use religion to justify their personal views–but Christianity isn’t a weapon we wield to win arguments. Sadly, many Christians today have confused what Jesus came to do and accomplish with political agendas and the latest round of the culture wars. But the message of Jesus transcends cultural skirmishes and political affiliations. It calls us to follow another king and to live by the ethics of another kingdom. Jesus never asked his followers to agree on everything, but he did command them to love their neighbors and exercise their faith for the benefit of others–not at the expense of others.

    Not In It To Win It is a relatable and practical resource that guides readers by focusing on the priorities of Jesus, even as we are navigating the complicated and emotionally-charged terrain of today’s cultural divides and hot-button disagreements. Rather than viewing Christianity through the filter of partisanship, Andy challenges readers to evaluate all of life through the wide-angle lens of faith.

    Jesus called his followers to obey a new command, to love others in the same way he has loved us. Instead of asserting our rights or fighting for power, we are to ask ourselves: what does love require of me? Don’t settle for winning a game that God isn’t playing. Instead seek to live in a way that your life makes a difference for others, showcasing the love of God to the world.

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  • Way Of Abundance

    $34.00

    Justice, even divine justice, is concrete. It addresses flesh-and-blood persons and the systems, structures, and conditions under which they live. God’s vision of abundant human living is not restricted to the spiritual realm but extends even to our material circumstances. But in today’s complex economy, what specific changes to public policies and institutions could lead to a just economy?

    In The Way of Abundance, economist and minister Edith Rasell examines Old and New Testament teachings on economic justice in the context of the ancient economic systems and circumstances they addressed. Drawing on the biblical narrative and on research from the social sciences, Rasell examines three eras–the ancient Israelites’ settlements in Canaan, the time of the monarchies, and first-century Palestine–and describes the transition from a non-monetized, subsistence-based economy to a commercial one with wage labor, product markets, and a surplus that benefited a tiny elite. But across this vast expanse of time and economic transition, the Bible called for a just economy. And its vision of economic justice can be a vision for justice seekers today. The book concludes with specific public policy proposals and personal practices that would move contemporary society closer to the Bible’s economic vision.

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  • Know Own Change.

    $14.99

    Before you can do what’s right, you have to see what’s right.

    When it comes to racial reconciliation, we often ask, “Where do we go from here?” But has it ever occurred to you that the real question is “Why are we still here?” In other words, until we’ve seen the problem of racism correctly-its history, its current effects, and its root causes-we aren’t equipped to head in the right direction. We’ll just keep falling into the same old patterns. The blind will lead the blind, and no one will have the vision to foster real change.

    But take hope! Restoring our spiritual sight is exactly what Jesus came to achieve.

    In this book, Josh Clemons and Hazen Stevens-one white, one black, and both brothers in Christ-will invite you to start the journey toward racial reconciliation and justice. Join us as we:

    *Know the story of racism in the West, the church’s complicity in it, and how that story impacts each of us

    *Own our own contributory roles in the present and historic sin of racism

    *Change the story by getting involved with the laborious-yet glorious!-work of racial reconciliation and justice

    In Know. Own. Change., the authors set aside the world’s patterns of division and hate. Instead, they set a tone that emerges from spiritual kinship in Christ. Every page seeks to honor Him, pointing believers back to Jesus as the one who is reconciling all things to himself.

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  • Pure : Why The Bible’s Plan For Sexuality Isn’t Outdated, Irrelevant, Or Op

    $14.99

    Few things bring more immediate scrutiny and impassioned angst among young adult Christians today than hearing the words “purity culture.” Serious flaws from purity culture deserve to be scrutinized, especially given its lasting negative effects on some raised in the movement. Many Christians today reject the movement-and all that it stood for-wholesale. However, we can’t ignore the clear sexual ethics of the Bible. Pure dives into the big picture of God’s design for men and women regarding sexuality, and seeks to reclaim one of the clearest teaching in the scriptures: the call to sexual purity. While purity culture gets the truth right, the approach and gospel elements it espouses are often wrong. Let’s not throw the baby out with the bath water, but rather celebrate God’s great design for marriage and the loving boundaries he has put in place for our joy, protection, and flourishing.

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  • Now What : How To Move Forward When We’re Divided About Basically Everythin

    $21.99

    The hosts of the top-rated Pantsuit Politics podcast offer an invitation and insights into building connection and community despite our differences, finding shared values and ways to constructively engage in creating a better world together.

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  • Religious Freedom In A Secular Age

    $18.99

    In Religious Freedom in a Secular Age author Michael Bird argues that religious freedom should not be preserved by churches entrusting themselves to the protection of a Trumpian leader draped in the apparel of civil religion, nor should they consent to allowing religious freedom to be steam rolled by progressive activists with their increasing hostility towards people of faith. What is needed instead is a better appreciation for how secularism can work to create space for people of all faiths and none, to resolve tense relationships between church and state, and come to a fair and equitable settlement when religious liberty and LGBTI+ rights come into conflict. Bird tackles complicated debates about the nature, extent, and limitations of religious freedom with a view to encouraging Christians to stand up for their faith in a post-Christian world, in a way that is humble and gentle, yet also courageous.

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  • Protecting Your Children From Internet Pornography

    $15.99

    Protecting Your Children from Internet Pornography exposes the many ways that pornography is menacing people, relationships, society, and–especially–our children. Dr. John Foubert’s ability to write about complex concepts in practical terms will help you understand issues like how pornography affects the brain, how pornography is a recipe for sexual violence, and why you should take measures to protect your children and those you love. This scholarly perspective is well balanced by practical suggestions at the end of each chapter that gives parents advice on how to apply the information in their own home. It is time for a national conversation about what pornography is really all about. Foubert’s book opens the door on that discussion and invites the reader to join the battle against porn with greater knowledge of its actual effects. You will be disturbed, shocked, motivated, and empowered to make a difference after reading this book.

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  • My Body Is Not A Prayer Request

    $39.99

    The church has forgotten that we worship a disabled God whose wounds survived resurrection, says Amy Kenny. It is time for the church to start treating disabled people as full members of the body of Christ who have much more to offer than a miraculous cure narrative and to learn from their embodied experiences.

    Written by a disabled Christian, this book shows that the church is missing out on the prophetic witness and blessing of disability. Kenny reflects on her experiences inside the church to expose unintentional ableism and cast a new vision for Christian communities to engage disability justice. She shows that until we cultivate church spaces where people with disabilities can fully belong, flourish, and lead, we are not valuing the diverse members of the body of Christ.

    Offering a unique blend of personal storytelling, fresh and compelling writing, biblical exegesis, and practical application, this book invites readers to participate in disability justice and create a more inclusive community in church and parachurch spaces. Engaging content such as reflection questions and top-ten lists are included.

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  • Jesus And Gender

    $24.99

    Loving one another as sisters and brothers in Jesus

    Many Christian women and men carry heavy burdens. Much teaching on gender relations, roles, and rules binds the conscience beyond what Scripture actually teaches. Gender has become a battleground for power. But God created men and women not to compete for glory but to cooperate for his glory.

    In Jesus and Gender, Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher paint a new vision for gender-Christ’s gentle and lowly heart. The centrality of the gospel has been lost in gender debates. Our ultimate example is Jesus, our humble king, who used his power to serve others. So we must rethink our identities, roles, and relationships around him. Christ transformed enemies into family. Men and women are allies in God’s mission.

    Drawing from Scripture and experience, Fitzpatrick and Schumacher show how Jesus’s example speaks to all areas of our lives as men and women, including vocation, marriage, parenting, friendships, and relating to each other as sisters and brothers in Christ. Real–life testimonies from a variety of Christians-including Christine Caine, Justin Holcomb, Karen Swallow Prior, and others-show a variety of men and women freed to pursue their gifts for God’s glory.

    Fitzpatrick and Schumacher’s perspective untangles what God has said about gender from what he hasn’t. By coming to Jesus, women and men can find rest.

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  • Inflation : What Is It – Why It’s Bad–And How To Fix It

    $25.99

    INFLATION: What is It? Why It’s Bad–and How to Fix It explains the forces behind the epidemic of soaring prices squeezing individuals and businesses still struggling in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic. An alarming rise in the cost of living has stoked fears of a new crisis resembling the decade-long inflation of the 1970s. Some even raise the specter of a descent into the kind of Weimar-style hyperinflation that has torn apart so many nations. Can this be true? If so, what should be done? How should we prepare for the future?

    INFLATION answers these and other questions in an engaging conversation that speaks to a wide audience. Drawing on examples from the headlines and from history, the book gives readers an understanding of what inflation means for the economy and society, while also addressing everyday concerns–such as steps to take to protect your wealth.

    INFLATION also debunks longtime misconceptions that may be setting the stage for a new crisis. Among them: The notion that ‘a little inflation’ helps the economy. The book explains why this is misguided and why the current rage for the heedless money-printing prescribed by so-called ‘Modern Monetary Theory’ may lead the nation–and the world–down the road to disaster.

    INFLATION draws on the expertise of its two distinguished co-authors: Nathan Lewis, internationally renowned scholar and author of definitive books on money and taxation; and Steve Forbes, Chairman of Forbes Media, noted author and commentator, acclaimed for his insights on money and the economy.

    Edited by author and journalist Elizabeth Ames, INFLATION will foster an understanding of this important subject that should be critical to navigating the days ahead. It is a must-read for anyone concerned about the nation’s future.

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  • Conservative : A Rediscovery

    $28.99

    Both in America and Europe, there is growing discomfort with the political theory called Enlightenment liberalism or liberal democracy. In Conservative: A Rediscovery, Hazony gives clear and coherent voice to this discomfort, offering what may be the definitive argument against Enlightenment liberalism for our generation.

    Conservative: A Rediscovery makes the case that Enlightenment liberalism is dismantling America, Britain, and other democratic nations–destroying every inherited concept that once held these nations together. Conservative: A Rediscovery will argue that the crisis of legitimacy over the Trump presidency and the parallel crisis in Britain over Brexit are just a foretaste of the gathering backlash against Enlightenment ideas.

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  • Christianity And Modern Medicine

    $29.99

    Raises and considers common issues, cutting through the moral fog in medical science

    Christianity and Modern Medicine raises moral questions that were merely hypothetical just
    decades ago. Moreover, traditional moral models are incessantly challenged by the medical community at large, shifting the conversation to patient and societal rights within a framework of moral relativism and rendering the decision-making process morally vague and confusing.

    In Christianity and Modern Medicine, bioethicist Mark Wesley Foreman and attorney Lindsay C. Leonard delve into the major ethical issues facing today’s medical professionals with the purpose of providing principles and guidelines for making critical ethical decisions where medical knowledge, technologies, and capabilities are constantly evolving. Topics covered include:

    – procreational ethics
    – genetic ethics
    – abortion
    – medical research
    – infanticide
    – clinical ethics
    – physician-assisted suicide
    – legal issues

    While Christianity and Modern Medicine is designed specifically for students planning careers in the medical field, it is accessible to any Christian interested in steering through the moral fog in the practice of medicine today.

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  • Creation Care Bible Challenge

    $15.00

    God saw every living thing that was made, and indeed, it was very good. -Genesis 1:31

    Featuring fifty days of reflections by spiritual leaders and writers from around the world, The Creation Care Bible Challenge is an extension of The Bible Challenge, a global initiative to encourage daily engagement with scripture and an exploration of the Word of God.

    Join farmers, scientists, theologians, conservationists and clergy in exploring ways that we can be faithful, loving stewards of the earth and all of its riches.

    Contributors include: Marc Andrus, Jim Antal, Gabrie’l J. Atchison, Harold W. Attridge, Dave Bookless, Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Jenny Rose Carey, Tom Chappell, Shaun Cozett, Jenny Te Paa Daniel, C. Andrew Doyle, Manuel Ernesto, Rachel Field, Jeff Golliher, Karena Gore, Jerusalem Greer, Fletcher Harper, Katharine Hayhoe, Delia Heck, Margot R Hodson, Martin J. Hodson, Stephanie Johnson, Mike Kinman, Bill Lupfer, Rachel Mash, Gregory Mobley, Kate Moorehead, Jacynthia Murphy, Nicholas Knisely, Te Kitohi Pikaahu, Nicholas T. Porter, James Prosek, Robert W. Radtke, Anne Rowthorn, Jeffery Rowthorn, Anita Louise Schell, Jay Sidebotham, Matthew Sleeth, Jane L. Snowdon, Stephanie Spellers, Andrew Sumani, Masango Roderick Warakula, Malcolm Clemens Young, Marek P. Zabriskie

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  • 1 Green Thing

    $27.99

    Have you ever felt paralyzed when you’ve grasped the enormity of the climate crisis? If so, you can turn that sense of helplessness into a sense of accomplishment with small, consistent actions. Setting an intention each day to take a small step–to do “one green thing” to care for the planet–can help ease your anxiety about the future, push the culture toward climate solutions, and create a sense of joy.

    One Green Thing is an instructive and inspiring guide for environmentally conscious readers who are looking to make meaningful change by leaning into their personal strengths.

    After taking the Service Superpower Profile Assessment, you’ll learn which type best suits your personality. Based on your profile, you’ll then be equipped to:

    *Develop an individualized Eco-Action Plan
    *Use the Eco-Impact Calculator to assess the value of different actions
    *Measure your progress with the Joy Tracker
    *Write about your experience using provided journal prompts that encourage you to reflect on your experiences

    This book will help you embrace hope as you discover your Service Superpower and help save the planet–one green thing at a time.

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  • Recovering Racists : Dismantling White Supremacy And Reclaiming Our Humanit

    $39.99

    As a white Afrikaner woman growing up in South Africa during apartheid, Idelette McVicker was steeped in a community and a church that reinforced white supremacy and shielded her from seeing her neighbors’ oppression. But a series of circumstances led her to begin questioning everything she thought was true about her identity, her country, and her faith.

    Recovering Racists shares McVicker’s journey over 30 years and across three continents to shatter the lies of white supremacy embedded deep within her soul. She helps us realize that grappling with the legacy of white supremacy and recovering from racism is lifelong work that requires both inner transformation and societal change. It is for those of us who have hit rock bottom in the human story of race, says McVicker. We must acknowledge our internalized racism, repent of our complicity, and learn new ways of being human.

    This book invites us on the long, slow journey of healing the past, making things right, changing old stories, and becoming human together. As we work for the liberation of everyone, we also find liberation for ourselves. Each chapter ends with discussion questions.

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  • Recovering Racists : Dismantling White Supremacy And Reclaiming Our Humanit

    $18.99

    As a white Afrikaner woman growing up in South Africa during apartheid, Idelette McVicker was steeped in a community and a church that reinforced white supremacy and shielded her from seeing her neighbors’ oppression. But a series of circumstances led her to begin questioning everything she thought was true about her identity, her country, and her faith.

    Recovering Racists shares McVicker’s journey over 30 years and across three continents to shatter the lies of white supremacy embedded deep within her soul. She helps us realize that grappling with the legacy of white supremacy and recovering from racism is lifelong work that requires both inner transformation and societal change. It is for those of us who have hit rock bottom in the human story of race, says McVicker. We must acknowledge our internalized racism, repent of our complicity, and learn new ways of being human.

    This book invites us on the long, slow journey of healing the past, making things right, changing old stories, and becoming human together. As we work for the liberation of everyone, we also find liberation for ourselves. Each chapter ends with discussion questions.

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  • Life Were Looking For

    $24.00

    A deeply reflective primer on creating meaningful connections, rebuilding abundant communities, and living in a way that engages our full humanity in an age of unprecedented anxiety and loneliness–from the author of The Tech-Wise Family

    Our greatest need is to be recognized–to be seen, loved, and embedded in rich relationships with the people around us. But for the last century, we’ve displaced that need with the ease of technology. We’ve dreamed of power that doesn’t require relationship (what the premodern world called magic) and abundance that doesn’t require dependence (what Jesus called Mammon). Yet even before a pandemic disrupted that quest, we felt threatened and strangely out of place: lonely, anxious, bored amidst endless options, oddly disconnected amidst infinite connections.

    In The Life We’re Looking For, bestselling author and cultural critic Andy Crouch reveals how we traded lives of rich relationship for a world of impersonal power–and how each of us can fight back. From the generosity of early Christians to the efforts of entrepreneurs working to create more humane technology, Crouch shows how we can restore true community and put people first in a world dominated by money, power, and devices.

    There is a way out of our impersonal world, into a world where knowing and being known is the heartbeat of our days, our households, and our economies. Where our human vulnerabilities are seen not as something to be escaped but the actual key to our becoming who were made to be together. Where technology serves us rather than masters us–and helps us become more human, not less.

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  • Truths Table : Black Women’s Musing On Life, Love, And Liberation

    $26.00

    A collection of essays and stories documenting the lived theology and spirituality we need to hear in order to lean into a more freeing, loving, and liberating faith–from the hosts of the beloved Truth’s Table podcast

    Once upon a time, an activist, a theologian, and a psychologist walked into a group chat. Everything was laid out on the table: Dating. Politics. The Black church. Pop culture. Soon, other Black women began pulling up chairs to gather round. And so, the Truth’s Table podcast was born.

    In their literary debut, co-hosts Christina Edmondson, Michelle Higgins, and Ekemini Uwan offer stories by Black women and for Black women exploring theology, politics, race, culture, and gender issues through a Christian lens. For anyone seeking to probe the spiritual dimensions of hot-button issues within the church, or anyone thirsty to deepen their faith, Truth’s Table provides exactly the survival guide we need, including:

    – Michelle Higgins’s unforgettable treatise revealing the way “racial reconciliation” is a spiritually bankrupt, empty promise that can often drain us of the ability to do real justice work

    – Ekemini Uwan’s exploration of Blackness as the image of God in the past, present, and future

    – Christina Edmondson’s reimagination of what a more just and liberating form of church discipline might look like–one that acknowledges and speaks to the trauma in the room

    These essays deliver a compelling theological re-education and pair the spiritual formation and political education necessary for Black women of faith.

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  • How To Heal Our Racial Divide

    $22.99

    Why must everything be so black and white? Like many of us, Derwin Gray is weary of the racial divide in our society. He longs to see hurts healed, wrongs corrected, and trust replace distrust.

    The good news is that the Bible has a lot to say about how to heal our persistent racial divides. In this book, popular Bible teacher Derwin Gray walks us through Scripture, showing us the heart of God–how God from the beginning envisioned a reconciled multiethnic family in loving community, reflecting his beauty and healing presence in the world. This message is central to the gospel itself.

    After reading this book, you won’t read the Bible the same way again–and you’ll want to walk through this eye-opening scriptural journey with your friends or small group.

    As founding pastor of Transformation Church, a multiethnic church located in the Charlotte metro area, Derwin knows firsthand the hurdles and challenges to the reconciliation that Scripture commands. That is why he carefully outlines in this book how to establish color-blessed discipleship in your own church.

    Together, we can become the change that God yearns to see in this world.

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  • Straight White Male

    $18.00

    Straight, white, male pastor Chris Furr offers a guide to deconstructing that privilege in Straight White Male. With an emphasis on confession and redemption, Furr invites other privileged men to reconsider the ways they live, work, believe, and interact with others. Alongside Furr’s perspective, essays from contributing writers who lack various types of privilege-straight, Black man William J. Barber II, straight, white woman Melissa Florer-Bixler, queer, nonbinary latinx Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, and gay, white man Matthias Roberts-offer insights on how particular types and combinations of privilege (and the lack thereof) shape the way we move through the world. Their combined voices offer much-needed perspective through this deconstruction and provide a vision for how straight, white men can do better for ourselves, our families, and society.

    As the cultural conversation around race, gender, and sexuality has evolved, straight, white men are becoming increasingly aware of their privilege. But many may be left thinking, “OK, what am I supposed to do about it?” “We need a way forward beyond feelings of guilt, overwhelmingness, anger, and denial.” “We are looking for transformative guidance that helps us be the good guys we want to be.”

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  • Christians Guide To Planet Earth

    $17.99

    From conservation to protecting endangered species to sustainable living, A Christian’s Guide to Planet Earth offers a faith-based framework for viewing our responsibility to the natural world as well as practical, biblical ways we can care for the magnificent creation around us.

    Drawing on science and Scripture, this hope-filled and reader-friendly guide helps us navigate questions about caring for and respecting God’s world. With a focus on real-life solutions, this book explores answers to questions such as:

    *What does the Bible say about food shortages, forests, and pollution?
    *How can we make ethical choices about what we eat and what we wear?
    *Why is reducing our carbon footprint a way of loving others?
    *What do animals tell us about God’s design for the earth?
    *What simple choices can we make to help recover God’s beauty in creation?

    Four-color infographics throughout highlight the inherent grandeur of the natural world, stirring our hearts to care about the wild and wondrous things God has made. Each chapter concludes with practical tips on how to become better stewards of the Earth, including how to support efforts that make a positive difference in the world.

    A Christian’s Guide to Planet Earth is ideal for:

    *Anyone who wants to make a difference for the planet but doesn’t know where to start
    *Readers interested in how stewardship of the water, air, land, and gardens relates to serving God and our neighbor
    *Bible studies and church small groups
    *Homeschooling families and networks
    *Anyone who loves God’s beauty in nature
    *Readers with questions about how changes to our earth affect the planet and our lives

    Equal parts philosophical and practical, this guide provides us a deeper understanding of God’s love for His creation and the delightful, God-given privilege we have to enjoy it and care for it well.

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  • Dont Burn This Country

    $27.00

    A guide for anyone who wants to revive the American dream while the woke mob tries to burn down the country.

    You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to see that something dark is happening in America. Just look around: Massive corporations monitor our every move. The Thought Police stand ready to cancel any who dare think for themselves. Brainwashed activists openly attack the American experiment.

    The dystopian future we’ve been warned of is here.

    Dave Rubin has been on the front lines of the culture wars for years. Now, he offers tactics you can use to protect yourself from today’s authoritarian rule–from resisting the grip of Big Tech to staying sane in a post-truth world. What’s more, he offers a vision for the next generation of patriots who will need to face the future head-on, holding fast to their values and creating a meaningful life no matter how frenzied and fabricated the news of the day is.

    In order for free-thinking people to thrive in this era of woke lunacy, we need to step up and create freedom for ourselves. While exposing Progressive lies and offering practical advice you can employ right now, this book is a call for Americans to live the freest life possible–and a roadmap for saving the greatest country in the history of the world.

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  • Ending Human Trafficking

    $25.00

    Human trafficking is one of the most pressing social justice issues of our time, and in recent years there has been renewed interest among Christians, as many have been stirred up to take their part in the ongoing battle.

    This is a wonderful thing–and yet misinformed and misguided efforts can do more harm than good. Ending Human Trafficking is a handbook designed to educate churches and parachurch organizations for truly effective work. In collaboration with the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College Graduate School and The Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University, Ending Human Trafficking is an accessible and compelling resource for Christian leaders, written by seasoned leaders in the struggle against modern slavery. Grounded in a theological response to the issue and filled with stories, up-to-date data, and practical tools and tips, it promises to be an invaluable resource for years to come.

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  • Unraveling Gender : The Battle Over Sexual Difference

    $24.95

    In the modern era certain ideologies have appeared with growing rancor that threaten the truth and meaning of human sexuality. Gender ideology is one of the greatest moral errors of our times. It is essentially the mistaken notion that gender is not necessarily connected to the sex of the body, but is a personal construct. The Church in her wisdom has stood up to stem the tide of this harmful new attack.

    In this book, Dr. Grabowski lays out where gender ideology comes from and identifies its sources-the poisonous currents of modern secularism, the chaos of the sexual revolution, and the ever-expanding reach of technology. In the end, Unraveling Gender shows that what may seem like a new fad is actually the most recent manifestation of one of the oldest heresies in the Church’s history, one which is best refuted by the enduring beauty and clarity of her teaching about the body and the gift of sexuality.

    Drawing upon Scripture and Church teaching, this timely book equips parents, religious educators, and clergy with the information they need to confront this dangerous ideology with clarity, confidence, and charity. As gender ideology continues to spread its errors, infecting our culture like a deadly virus, this book is a must read for every Catholic.

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  • Christian Social Principles

    $19.95

    In her penetrating exploration of Catholic Social Teaching, Sr. Mary Consilia O’Brien, O.P., Ph.D., offers the most clear-eyed description ever written on this foundational subject. She explores the Church’s authentic teachings on the dignity of the human person as well as man’s freedoms and obligations to society. She describes when individual liberties must transcend social control – and when they must not. Best of all, she explains the final purpose of society, to which all its activities must be oriented.

    Skillfully crafted to appeal to both students and adults, each chapter features a probe of the content, leavened by practical examples, excerpts from the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, quotes from encyclicals, as well as discussion questions and additional study resources. In Christian Social Principles, you’ll also learn:

    *The Church’s teachings on communism, liberalism, and capitalism

    *How free will is the source of our obligations to society

    *Why Communism is a natural offspring of Liberalism

    *How freedom of thought and action is a false concept that can degenerate into license

    *Why neither the “liberty” of Liberalism nor the “equality” of Communism can serve as the reliable cornerstone of a social order

    *Why no one can be both a sincere Catholic and a true Socialist

    *Why norms of morality must be universal in scope across society

    *Why the work of government will be of little avail without religion to enlighten the mind

    *Why justice alone can never bring about a union of hearts and minds

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  • Beyond Racial Division

    $18.00

    Efforts at colorblindness and antiracism have not been very effective in addressing racial tensions in the United States.

    Colorblindness ignores the realities of race and the history of injustice. On the other hand, antiracism centers racial concerns and in so doing often alienates people who need to be involved in the process. Sociologist George Yancey offers an alternative approach to racial relations where all parties contribute and are mutually accountable to one another for societal well-being. He provides empirical rationale for how collaborative conversations in a mutual accountability model can reduce racial division. History and societal complexity mean that different participants may have different kinds of responsibility, but all are involved in seeking the common good for all to thrive. Avoiding unilateral decisions that close off dialogue, Yancey casts a vision for moving beyond racial alienation toward a lifestyle and movement of collaborative conversation and mutuality.

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  • Sanctify Them In Truth

    $16.95

    We live in a world that has become secularized, marked by ideology and partisanship. In such a world, how are we supposed to know what is right and wrong? As Christians, how are we supposed to approach the social issues of our day? With conflicting voices surrounding us, how can we hear and know the voice of Jesus Christ and receive His teachings?

    As Christians, we seek to live the way of the Lord Jesus, but that’s easier said than done. We want to demonstrate the Lord’s love and kindness to all men and women, but we’re faced with issues that cause us to discern what that looks like and how it’s virtuously expressed. We want to do what is right and good, but trying to determine right and wrong can at times be confusing and unsettling.

    The teaching authority of the Church is here to help. Appointed by Jesus Christ, our shepherds discern, interpret, and apply His teachings to our everyday lives.

    Sanctify Them in Truth, by Fr. Jeffrey Kirby, is an approachable, easy-to-read guide on eight of our most pressing social issues. The book applies divine wisdom and the guidance of the Church as it dissects oft-debated topics, presenting helpful teaching so that the reader knows how to navigate today’s contentious world with conviction and a clear conscience.

    The book answers:

    *Why is abortion above all other social issues in importance?
    *Can immigration be both moral and limited?
    *What is the Christian responsibility to the environment?
    *How are we called to approach the LGBTQ+ movement?
    *Is healthcare a human right?
    *When can artificial nutrition and hydration be suspended for a dying relative?
    *Is the Critical Race Theory within the bounds of justice?
    *Why can’t women be ordained priests?

    In all these matters, the truth of Christ is the foundation for any response. Fr. Kirby’s pastoral guidance helps to build that foundation in our intellects and in our wills, so that we can serve as a beacon for truth in a world that despises it.

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  • Enneagram For Black Liberation

    $24.99

    Am I worthy of belonging? Am I loved just as I am? Am I safe to exist without worry?

    How do Black women return to our truest selves in systems that answer no to these three questions?

    The Enneagram is an ancient system of human development that shows us the limiting stories that keep us stuck in unhelpful patterns, and invites us into more expansive stories. For too long, conversations about the Enneagram and its personality types have been centered on and by whiteness. In The Enneagram for Black Liberation, certified Enneagram teacher and trained psychotherapist Chichi Agorom reclaims the Enneagram as a powerful tool for Black women to rediscover our wholeness and worth that existed long before systems of supremacy told us we weren’t enough.

    For Black women in particular, our Enneagram personality types reflect more than just our way of being in the world; they are shaped by armor that we use to protect ourselves from pain, suffering, and shame. Breaking down each Enneagram type as a form of armor, this book offers practices to help Black women, and all who live on the margins, begin to build a sense of self separate from our mechanisms of self-protection, while working to dismantle the systems that require us to stay constantly armored up. Chichi Agorom takes readers through each of the nine Enneagram types, along with stories of Black women who identify with them, to illustrate the stories people must tell themselves in order to feel safe. In the process, Agorom seeks to inspire us to expand beyond our type patterns.

    Wholeness work is justice work. Centering freedom, ease, and rest for Black women, Agorom invites each of us to claim the Enneagram as our tool for resilience-building in the continued fight for liberation.

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  • United States In Crisis

    $27.99

    The United States in Crisis: Citizenship, Immigration, and the Nation State argues that to preserve our freedom Americans must mount a defense of the nation state against the progressive forces who advocate for global government. The Founders of America were convinced that freedom would flourish only in a nation state. A nation state is a collection of citizens who share a commitment to the same principles. Today, the nation state is under attack by the progressive Left, who allege that it is the source of almost every evil in the world.

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  • Faithful Antiracism : Moving Past Talk To Systemic Change

    $25.00

    It’s time to move past talk.

    It’s no longer news to most of us that our society has a deep-seated racism problem. Christians of all ethnic and economic backgrounds are tired of seeing the ugly legacy of racism play out before their eyes and feeling ill-equipped to respond. They watch as friends and family members leave the visible church over this issue, or fall prey to a gospel of white nationalism that is an affront to the cross of Christ. Racism presents itself as an undefeatable foe–a sustained scourge on the reputation of the church. In Faithful Antiracism, Chad Brennan and Christina Edmondson take confidence from the truth that Christ has overcome the world, including racism, and offer clear analysis and interventions to challenge and resist its pernicious power. Drawing on brand-new research from the landmark Race, Religion, and Justice Project led by Michael Emerson and others, this book represents the most comprehensive study on evangelicals and race since Emerson’s own book Divided by Faith (2001). It invites readers to put this data to immediate practical use, applying it to their own specific context. Compelled by our grievous social moment and by the timeless truth of Scripture, Faithful Antiracism will equip readers to move past talk and enter the fight against racism in both practical and hopeful ways.

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  • Necessary Risks : Challenges Privileged People Need To Face

    $21.00

    Good people of privilege are increasingly aware of racial injustice but unsure what to do about it and afraid to venture into challenging dialogues and spaces. Necessary Risks: Challenges Privileged People Need to Take encourages readers to value risk-taking as the path toward a more equitable and just world.

    Building on skillful, memoir-like stories, Teri McDowell Ott explores ten risks–including learning, teaching, leading, following, going, and staying–with which she has wrestled in her work with diverse populations as the chaplain of a liberal arts college and as a volunteer in a men’s state prison.

    Ott then reflects on how these experiences, including mistakes in often tense settings, have forced her to confront and wrestle with the systems and structures that have privileged her as a white Christian woman. With humility, she relates how risk-taking has led to profound changes in herself and her community.

    These necessary risks are also informed by Ott’s study of authors, theologians, and scholars of color, such as Martin Luther King Jr., James Baldwin, bell hooks, Audre Lorde, Gloria Anzaldua, Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, and Eddie Glaude Jr.

    Demonstrating that in the face of injustice, white silence and inaction are not neutral, Necessary Risks leads readers to feel less fearful and more capable in diverse settings and ultimately to contribute to personal and communal learning and growth, change and transformation.

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  • Oneness Embraced : A Kingdom Race Theology For Reconciliation, Unity, And J

    $15.99

    Oneness is to hard achieve. Let the kingdom unity of Scripture point the way.

    Today’s world is torn apart. Tension is everywhere. Brother is pitted against brother, sister against sister, citizen against citizen, even Christian against Christian. It’s so hard to find agreement–much less real harmony–in our polarized society. Can there be a way forward?

    Tony Evans knows how elusive unity can be. As a black man who’s also a leader in white evangelicalism, he understands how hard it can be to bring these worlds together. Yet he’s convinced that the gospel provides a way for Christians to find oneness despite the things that divide us. In the Word of God, we find a kingdom-based approach to matters of history, culture, the church, and social justice. In this book, you’ll get:

    *A Biblical Look at Oneness
    *A Historical View of the Black Church
    *A Kingdom Vision for Societal Impact

    Although oneness is hard to achieve, the Christian must never stop striving. It’s a kingdom imperative. As Tony reminds us, “Glorifying God is our ultimate goal. Oneness exists to enable us to reach our goal.”

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  • Dont Take The Bait To Escalate

    $14.99

    Conflict is inevitable, but how we react to that conflict directly impacts our relationships. In Don’t Take the Bait to Escalate, readers will be given tools to help them understand the types of reactions that can fan the flames of a problem and those that will lead to restoration. Rooted in scripture, the reader will discover the impact conflict has upon relationships with family members, colleagues, friends, neighbors, and social media followers, and what you can do to restore any damage that may already have occurred. This book is a must-read in our cancel culture society, where conflict is the name of the game.

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  • Silencing Of The Lambs

    $22.99

    How long will the church’s voice be drowned out by the roar of the enemy?

    After reading this book, you will understand the critical issues threatening the spread of the gospel in America, and how you can play a part and no longer be a “silent lamb” drowned out by the voices of secularism, liberalism, and pagan thinking in America.

    If you are a conservative living in America today, there is a target on your back. If you are a Christian conservative, that target is even bigger. If you are a Christian conservative who refuses to bow down to the spirit of the age, the spirit of political correctness, that target is so big that you are a marked man or woman. A person like that–like you!–must be silenced.

    So says today’s cultural elite, who are making it increasingly difficult for Christians to stand up and live out their faith. In The Silencing of the Lambs, Dr. Michael L. Brown lays out what is happening in the world around us–from the assault on children in schools and on college campuses to the unprecedented censorship of Christians and conservatives through Big Tech. He then maps out strategies for how we can turn the pitfalls into platforms and find courage in the midst of opposition.

    The Word of God cannot be bound. The church cannot be cancelled. This book sounds the alarm, alerting Christians to the increasing censorship, opposition, and even persecution believers are facing today, and calls them to remove the muzzle, take their place as the church in this nation, and turn the tide.

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  • How We Love Matters

    $27.00

    This powerful book reimagines discipleship by begging us to acknowledge that racism exists in the Church–and offers the hopeful message that we can disciple it out.

    It is not an accident that racism is alive and well in the American church. Racism has, in fact, been taught within the church for so long most of us don’t even recognize it anymore. Pastor Albert Tate guides all of us in acknowledging the racism that keeps us from loving each other the way God intends and encourages siblings in Christ to sit together in racial discomfort, examining the role we may play in someone’s else’s struggle.

    How We Love Matters is a series of nine moving letters that educate, enlighten, and reimagine discipleship in a way that flips the church on its head. In these letters that include Dear Whiteness, Dear America, and Dear Church, Tate calls out racism in the world, the church, within himself and us. These letters present an anti-racist mission and vision for believers to follow that helps us to speak up at the family table and call out this evil so it will not persist in future generations.

    Tate believes that the only way to make change is by telling the truth about where we are–relationally, internally, and spiritually. How We Love Matters is an exposition of relevant Biblical truth, a clarion call for all believers to examine how they see and understand each other, and it is a way forward toward justice, reconciliation, and healing. Because, yes, it is important that we love each other, but it is even more important how we love each other.

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  • Called To Reconciliation

    $39.99

    Nationally recognized speaker and church leader Jonathan Augustine demonstrates that the church is called and equipped to model reconciliation, justice, diversity, and inclusion.

    This book develops three uses of the term “reconciliation”: salvific, social, and civil. Augustine examines the intersection of the salvific and social forms of reconciliation through an engagement with Paul’s letters and uses the black church as an exemplar to connect the concept of salvation to social and political movements that seek justice for those marginalized by racism, class structures, and unjust legal systems. He then traces the reaction to racial progress in the form of white backlash as he explores the fate of civil reconciliation from the civil rights era to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

    This book argues that the church’s work in reconciliation can serve as a model for society at large and that secular diversity and inclusion practices can benefit the church. It offers a prophetic call to pastors, church leaders, and students to recover reconciliation as the heart of the church’s message to a divided world. Foreword by William H. Willimon and afterword by Michael B. Curry.

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  • 20 Myths About Religion And Politics In America

    $23.99

    The way most people think about religion and politics is only loosely linked to empirical reality, argues Ryan P. Burge in 20 Myths about Religion and Politics in America. Instead, our thinking is based on anecdotes, a quick scan of news headlines, or worse, flat-out lies told by voices trying to push a religious or political agenda on a distracted public.

    Burge sees this fundamentally flawed understanding of the world around us and our misperceptions about where we fit into the larger fabric of society as caustic for the future of American politics and religion. Without an accurate picture of our society, when we subscribe to only caricatures of what our country looks like, we never really address the problems facing us.

    Striving to be an impartial referee, Burge describes with accessible and engaging prose–and illustrates with dozens of clear, helpful graphs–what the data says. Step by step, he debunks twenty myths, using rigorous data analysis and straightforward explanations. He gives readers the resources to adopt an empirical view of the world that can help all of us, religious and nonreligious alike, get past at least some of the unsupported beliefs that divide us.

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  • Cold Civil War

    $28.00

    America’s political landscape is experiencing dangerous polarization and fragmentation, with the extremes pulling the country apart.

    Voices on the left and right clash over different worldviews, narratives, definitions of America, and what it means to be an American citizen. The levels of incivility and hostility lead some to invoke the language of a cold civil war or even a looming civil war, one that could split the country in two. Is there any way to step back from this dangerous precipice? Political philosopher Jim Belcher shows that this is not merely a binary opposition between conservativism on the right and liberalism on the left, but also between conflicting visions of order and freedom on both sides. Through his unique quadrant framework, Belcher traces the people and movements in each position, examines their underlying narratives, and articulates their respective contributions and dangers. This quadrant framework not only reveals how polarization divides us but also shows us how to move beyond the right-left stalemate. At the core of the competing visions are the seeds of a new vital center, a robust and surprising narrative that has the ability to transcend political tribalism and bring America back together again before it is too late.

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  • Neighborliness : Love Like Jesus. Cross Dividing Lines. Transform Your Comm

    $18.99

    Do you want to love your neighbor as yourself but don’t know where to start? This practical, accessible guide to bridging the dividing lines of politics, race, and economics, both individually and as the church, will help you amplify Jesus in your community and build God’s kingdom.

    When asked what the greatest commandment is, Jesus gave a two-part answer: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength” and also “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

    Love God. Love others.

    Jesus’ simple command to love your neighbor can feel overwhelming when your neighbor looks, lives, and votes differently than you do. Racial and economic tensions across the country have resulted in deep dividing lines that seem really intimidating to cross.

    Docusen breaks down these lines in approachable chapters, including topics like these:

    *how to actively seek out people you can benefit and encourage,

    *what it means to find a diverse and supportive community that fulfills needs,

    *examples of real-life experiences, including highlights and missteps of Docusen’s ongoing journey, and

    *how churches can teach on difficult topics with grace and truth.

    Neighborliness is a practical guide to bridging those dividing lines and learning to recognize and amplify the beauty of God in our communities. Backed by David’s speaking and training through the Neighborliness Center, this book will help individuals and churches reach out to their neighbors, love them through Christ, and build God’s kingdom.

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  • God Vs Government

    $17.99

    “Welcome to our peaceful protest.”

    In the spring of 2020, churches across North America were forced to close their doors in an effort to protect citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this time of mounting fear and hostility, Christians were forced to grapple with how God wanted them to respond to these well-intentioned yet harmful mandates. After all, didn’t the closure of churches pose a serious threat when people were in need of spiritual direction more than ever?

    God vs. Government tells the story of two churches’ bold decisions to reopen even though official mandates asked them to remain closed. Convicted by the call in Hebrews 10:25 for churches to assemble together, pastors John MacArthur and James Coates led their congregations to return to in-person meetings-and in the process, found hostile governing authorities taking action against them.

    How can we as Christians know how best to respond when the state encroaches upon the church? God vs. Government looks to the Bible for answers about remaining faithful to our heavenly Father’s commands even when society tells us to do otherwise. You’ll be encouraged by this call to live with discernment and hope, trusting God to do what only He can do no matter what the circumstances.

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  • Wait Is This Racist

    $22.00

    Wait-Is This Racist? offers a “be-it-yourself” guide to anti-racism for churches by examining all operations of church life so that churches and church leaders can create a workable action plan to truly become more justice-oriented organizations.

    A “Be-It-Yourself” Guide to Anti-racism for Churches and Church Leaders

    Whether you have been an ally for years or just recently opened your eyes to racial injustice, guiding your predominantly white church toward anti-racism is a daunting task. Where do you even begin? White churches especially feel an urgency to respond but at the same time suffer a sense of overwhelmingness and futility, as if no one action, sermon series, or service project will solve the problem of racism in America. And they’re right. Instead, we must begin to look deeply at our organizations-our traditions, our ministries, our leadership, our ways of making decisions, our ways of interacting with the world beyond the church-to identify and address implicit biases and to discover how white pseudo-supremacy has been encoded into our way of “doing church.”

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  • All The White Friends I Couldnt Keep

    $26.00

    A leading voice for social justice reveals how he stopped arguing with white people who deny the ongoing legacy of racism–and offers a proven path forward for Black people and people of color based on the history of nonviolent struggle.

    When the rallying cry “Black Lives Matter” was heard across the world in 2013, Andre Henry was one of the millions for whom the movement caused a political awakening and a rupture in some of his closest relationships with white people. As he began using his artistic gifts to share his experiences and perspective, Henry was aggrieved to discover that many white Americans–people he called friends and family–were more interested in debating whether racism existed or whether Henry was being polite enough in the way he used his voice.

    In this personal and thought-provoking book, Henry explores how the historical divides between Black people and non-Black people are expressed through our most mundane interactions, and why this struggle won’t be resolved through civil discourse, diversity hires, interracial relationships, or education. What we need is a revolution, one that moves beyond symbolic progress to disrupt systems of racial violence and inequality in tangible, creative ways.

    Sharing stories from his own path to activism–from studying at seminary to becoming a student of nonviolent social change, from working as a praise leader to singing about social justice–and connecting those experiences to lessons from successful nonviolent struggles in America and around the world, Andre Henry calls on Black people and people of color to divest from whiteness and its false promises, trust what their lived experiences tell them, and practice hope as a discipline as they work for lasting change.

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  • Forever In Thy Path

    $26.00

    Forever in Thy Path makes the case that the God of biblical revelation is today’s God of black liberation and that black liberation will realize itself given that the eternal power of God’s liberating presence will ultimately defeat the historical power of white supremacy. In this book the author employs “path” as a metaphor to denote the trek of black people on its liberating journey from the holds of ships to today. It affirms black strivings for freedom as consistent with divine will despite those strivings’ branding as iconoclastic and ungodly by the white Christian establishment.

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  • Strange New World

    $17.99

    From Philosophy to Technology, Tracing the Origin of Identity Politics

    How did the world arrive at its current, disorienting state of identity politics, and how should the church respond? Historian Carl R. Trueman shows how influences ranging from traditional institutions to technology and pornography moved modern culture toward an era of “expressive individualism.” Investigating philosophies from the Romantics, Nietzsche, Marx, Wilde, Freud, and the New Left, he outlines the history of Western thought to the distinctly sexual direction of present-day identity politics, providing readers with a clearer understanding of the modern implications of these ideas on religion, free speech, and issues related to personal identity. For fans of Trueman’s The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, this new book offers a more concise presentation and application of some of the most critical topics of our day.

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  • Reconciliation Healing And Hope

    $24.95

    Powerful sermons from Washington National Cathedral in the midst of the pandemic.

    Through their sermons, Cathedral clergy and guest preachers such as Jon Meacham, Kelly Brown Douglas, and Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry share inspiring words. Collectively, they offer lasting guidance for difficult times, reinforcing that even in the midst of loss and chaos, God is at work among us, lifting us up and giving us hope for the future.

    Topics include hope, faith during times of distress, love, grief, and the presence of God. With a foreword by Jon Meacham.

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  • Desecrators : Defeating The Cancel Culture Mob And Reclaiming One Nation Un

    $27.95

    The enemy is no longer hidden in the dark but instead operates in broad daylight. Its attacks on Americans are clear and intensifying: cancel culture, wokeness, public shaming, urban violence, “whiteness,” and critical race theory. The enemy also seeks to undermine the sacredness of human life, failing to provide basic protection for the lives of the unborn. This enemy is called the Desecrators. The Desecrators tear down not only monuments but human nature, the biblical-natural conception of marriage, the family, parental rights, fact-based education, traditional moral values, and the Church. The Desecrators are taking over the media, publishing, educational institutions, corporate boards, labor unions, amateur and professional sports, foundations, and professional associations ranging from the American Medical Association to the Chamber of Commerce. They leave nothing untouched.

    In this powerfully provocative book, Deal W. Hudson and Matt Schlapp provide firsthand accounts of the Desecrators’ actions and intentions, including their remarkably angry and uncharitable treatment of President Donald Trump, which Hudson and Schlapp uniquely observed. The authors also describe how Catholics have been stifled for years because many bishops have failed to confront pro-abortion Catholic politicians. But fortunately, there is hope. As Hudson and Schlapp lay bare the Desecrators’ path of destruction, they also lay out a plan for the faithful to turn things around. Here is a book that will embolden all people of faith and good will to make their voices heard once again in the public square and political realm by countering the enemy with reason, faith, and hope. Here is a vision to build up rather than tear down.

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  • Fortune : How Race Broke My Family And The World–and How To Repair It All

    $24.99

    Drawing on her lifelong journey to know her family’s history, leading Christian activist Lisa Sharon Harper recovers the beauty of her heritage, exposes the brokenness that race has wrought in America, and casts a vision for collective repair.

    Harper has spent three decades researching ten generations of her family history through DNA research, oral histories, interviews, and genealogy. Fortune, the name of Harper’s first nonindigenous ancestor born on American soil, bore the brunt of the nation’s first race, gender, and citizenship laws. As Harper traces her family’s story through succeeding generations, she shows how American ideas, customs, and laws robbed her ancestors–and the ancestors of so many others–of their humanity and flourishing.

    Fortune helps readers understand how America was built upon systems and structures in ways that blessed some and cursed others, allowing Americans of European descent to benefit from the colonization, genocide, enslavement, rape, and exploitation of people of color. As Harper lights a path through national and religious history, she clarifies exactly how and when the world broke and shows the way to redemption for us all. The book culminates with a vision of truth telling, reparation, and forgiveness that leads to beloved community. It includes a foreword by Otis Moss III, illustrations, and a glossy eight-page black and white insert featuring photos of Harper’s family.

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  • Unmasked : Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan To Destroy Democracy

    $18.99

    Now a #1 National Bestseller!

    A journalist who’s been attacked by Antifa writes a deeply researched and reported account of the group’s history and tactics. When Andy Ngo was attacked in the streets by Antifa in the summer of 2019, most people assumed it was an isolated incident. But those who’d been following Ngo’s reporting in outlets like the New York Post and Quillette knew that the attack was only the latest in a long line of crimes perpetrated by Antifa. In Unmasked, Andy Ngo tells the story of this violent extremist movement from the very beginning. He includes interviews with former followers of the group, people who’ve been attacked by them, and incorporates stories from his own life. This book contains a trove of documents obtained by the author, published for the first time ever.

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  • Called To Reconciliation

    $21.99

    Nationally recognized speaker and church leader Jonathan Augustine demonstrates that the church is called and equipped to model reconciliation, justice, diversity, and inclusion.

    This book develops three uses of the term “reconciliation”: salvific, social, and civil. Augustine examines the intersection of the salvific and social forms of reconciliation through an engagement with Paul’s letters and uses the black church as an exemplar to connect the concept of salvation to social and political movements that seek justice for those marginalized by racism, class structures, and unjust legal systems. He then traces the reaction to racial progress in the form of white backlash as he explores the fate of civil reconciliation from the civil rights era to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

    This book argues that the church’s work in reconciliation can serve as a model for society at large and that secular diversity and inclusion practices can benefit the church. It offers a prophetic call to pastors, church leaders, and students to recover reconciliation as the heart of the church’s message to a divided world. Foreword by William H. Willimon and afterword by Michael B. Curry.

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  • Young Gifted And Black

    $18.00

    “Young, gifted and black, Open your heart to what I mean . . . ” Nina Simone’s popular anthem from the civil rights movement speaks to both the celebrations and trials of the Black experience. Young, Gifted, and Black gives voice to the real-life stories of Black teens and young adults. If life was a race, it’s assumed that every runner has a fair shot at winning. However, it’s not always the case for young, gifted, and Black folks. Sheila Wise Rowe goes beyond the common narrative that focuses solely on their struggles. Her stories point toward hope, joy, and healing. Drawing from her years of experience in counseling trauma and abuse survivors, Rowe provides stories, reflections, and tools for Black readers of all ages and their allies. In the telling of these stories, Rowe offers an opportunity to explore, reflect, and journey toward healing from the barriers that affect their lives, the lives of their children, and their communities.

    Giving voice to the real-life stories of Black teens and young adults, this book goes beyond their struggles to point towards hope, joy, and healing. Drawing on years of counseling trauma and abuse survivors, Rowe provides stories, reflections, and tools for Black readers of all ages as they journey toward healing from the barriers affecting them, their children, and their communities.

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  • Bipolar Faith : A Black Woman’s Journey With Depression And Faith

    $19.99

    Overcome with mental anguish, Monica A. Coleman’s great-grandfather had his two young sons pull the chair out from beneath him when he hanged himself. That noose remained tied to a rafter in the shed, where it hung above the heads of his eight children who played there for years to come.

    As it had for generations before her, a heaviness hung over Monica throughout her young life. As an adult, this rising star in the academy saw career successes often fueled by the modulated highs of undiagnosed Bipolar II Disorder, as she hid deep depression that even her doctors skimmed past in disbelief. Serendipitous encounters with Black intellectuals like Henry Louis Gates Jr., Angela Davis, and Renita Weems were countered by long nights of stark loneliness. Only as Coleman began to face her illness was she able to live honestly and faithfully in the world. And in the process, she discovered a new and liberating vision of God.

    Written in crackling prose, Monica’s spiritual autobiography examines her long dance with trauma, depression, and the threat of death in light of the legacies of slavery, war, sharecropping, poverty, and alcoholism that masked her family history of mental illness for generations.

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  • Complicated Choice : Making Space For Grief And Healing In The Pro-Choice M

    $26.99

    Too often, the public abortion debate depicts the experience of ending a pregnancy in falsely simplistic terms. Anti-abortion activists falsely contend that abortion is always emotionally damaging for the pregnant person, while pro-choice activists focus on honoring bodily autonomy and personal conscience without always giving voice to the nuances of abortion itself. In particular, the pro-choice movement fails to acknowledge that some people experience abortion as a kind of loss.

    A Complicated Choice addresses the fact that abortion stigma is ubiquitous, even among those who identify as pro-choice. We have not been supportive of people who have abortions, especially those whose experiences are complicated and involve grief and loss. Bringing the reader along the journeys of those who have had abortions, Rev. Katey Zeh opens up space for the complexities of our reproductive lives, giving voice to the experiences of grief, loss, and healing surrounding abortion experiences. She weaves these personal stories with key insights from the fields of psychology, theology, and public policy to illuminate the systemic injustices that undergird the conditions that shape a person’s decision to end a pregnancy.

    A Complicated Choice goes beyond the falsely simplistic terms “pro-life” and “pro-choice” that define the public abortion debate and centers the real people making the decision to end a pregnancy in the context of their full lives and circumstances. A call to people of faith and to all people to examine our judgments about people who have abortions, we are invited into the act of sacred listening to the real stories of those most impacted. By focusing on these experiences, we will be drawn away from the stalemate of debate and into a spiritual response rooted in compassion for those who end pregnancies.

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  • Terms Of Service

    $17.99

    Do we use social media, or are we being used by it?

    Social media is brilliant and obscene. It sharpens the mind and dulls it. It brings nations together and tears them apart. It perpetuates, reveals, and repairs injustice. It is an untamed beast upon which we can only hope to ride, but never quite corral.

    What is it doing to us?

    In Terms of Service, Chris Martin brings readers his years of expertise and experience from building online brands, coaching authors and speakers about social media use, and thinking theologically about the effects of social media. As you read this book, you will:

    *Learn how social media has come to dominate the role the internet plays in your life
    *Learn how the “social internet” affects you in ways you may not realize
    *Be equipped to push back against the hold the internet has on your mind and your heart

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  • What Are Christians For

    $22.00

    What should a Christian politics look like in our day?

    Politics ought to be defined by fidelity to the common good of all the members of society. But our modern Western politics are defined by a determination to bend the natural world and human life to its own political and economic ends. This wholesale rejection of the natural order is behind the dominant revolutions in our history, and defines our experience in Western society today–our racialized hierarchy, modern industry, and the sexual revolution. In What Are Christians For?, Jake Meador lays out a proposal for a Christian politics rooted in the givenness and goodness of the created world. He is uninterested in the cultural wars that have so often characterized American Christianity. Instead, he casts a vision for an ordered society that rejects the late modern revolution at every turn, and is rooted instead in the natural law tradition and in the great Protestant confessions. Here is a politics that is anti-racist, anti-capitalist, and profoundly pro-life. A truly Christian political witness, Meador argues, must attend closely to the natural world and renounce the metallic fantasies that have poisoned common life in America life for too long.

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  • Church At The Wall

    $17.99

    Seth David Clark tells the powerful story of how the Border Church, founded and pastored by John Fanestil, worships on the San Diego-Tijuana border without a building. Every Sunday afternoon the author, who serves as the U.S.-side pastoral coordinator of the church, gathers with people of goodwill from both sides of the border at Friendship Park to build the kingdom of God. Their love of Christ is exhibited through celebrating communion, singing, and using their pinkies to pass the peace through the mesh metal walls between the U.S. and Mexico. Readers will get to know this remarkable international church community-and its distinctive expressions of theology, justice, righteousness, and love-through the eyes of active participants.

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  • Filled To Be Emptied

    $16.00

    Through a combination of in-depth Bible study and social analysis, Filled to Be Emptied invites readers to explore the Kenosis Hymn verse by verse and see Jesus’ self-emptying example as a model for privileged people to see their advantages not “as something to be exploited” but as something to be laid aside to seek the good of others.
    “Let the same mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not regard equality with God as something to be exploited, but emptied himself . . .” (Philippians 2:5-7a)

    These ancient words offer a guide for modern Christians wrestling with their privileged place in an unequal and unjust world. The Kenosis Hymn (as this passage quoted by the apostle Paul is known) celebrates Jesus for his willingness to forego the divine glory that he is due, instead humbling himself to serve the oppressed and outcast of his society.

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  • Recovering Our Sanity

    $24.99

    Fear may not be what you think it is. Michael Horton guides readers in diagnosing the misplaced fears we have, showing how only the fear of God can conquer the false gods that we often take too seriously as if they had the last word over our lives.

    With 24-hour news cycles and constant immersion in a world of screens and social media, we are bombarded by news reports about layoffs, the dangers of climate change, and threats to our health. Exploited by politicians who crave our alliance, fear is used to breed hatred and further divide us from one another.

    In Recovering Our Sanity, author Michael Horton argues that we need to resist the pull of our fear-driven culture. He mines the riches of Scripture and theology to help us better understand what fear is and how a good fear–the fear of God–drives out the bad fears that often rule our lives. A proper fear of God enables us to overcome the unhealthy, uncertain, and unknown fears that drive the disintegration of our society, our families, and our own lives.

    The fear of God, running from Genesis to Revelation, must once again fill the horizon of our thoughts and imaginations. As Proverbs reminds us: The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is insight. A right fear of the One who matters most leads to a lasting trust that bears a harvest of blessings for ourselves and for others.

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  • Uncancelled : Finding Meaning And Peace In A Culture Of Accusations, Shame,

    $26.99

    New York Times bestselling author Phil Robertson delivers a blueprint for standing up for the truth of Jesus Christ in a culture that has forgotten how to have respectful conversation and often suppresses conservative opinions and biblical values.

    After Phil Robertson quoted Scripture in an interview with a national magazine, his hit show on A&E, Duck Dynasty, was put on hiatus. It was then that Robertson knew he had been a target of Cancel Culture. Since then, he has spoken out against widespread public shaming, strategic campaigns to get folks fired, and other tactics that have wreaked havoc in our society. While our country is so deeply divided and so many people are bent on condemning others, Robertson calls for us to carry out the uniting message of Jesus Christ.

    In Uncancelled, Robertson uncovers the motivations and faulty thinking behind our human desire to cancel other people, including our sinful desire to “play God.” He reminds readers that the goal is not to win the public relations war, or to convince the masses to love (or even like) us, but to win the war for our own integrity by refusing to bow down to the god of political correctness. Instead, it’s time to trade cancelling and retaliation for the love and forgiveness that God continually offers. When we recognize who the real opposition is–the Evil One–and embrace that Jesus Christ already paid an enormous debt to cancel our sins, we will find a path to redemption, a way to forgiveness, and a means for godly connection.

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  • Whats Wrong With The World

    $17.95

    In the aptly titled treatise What’s Wrong With the World, one of the twentieth century’s most memorable and prolific writers takes on education, government, big business, feminism, and a host of other topics. A steadfast champion of the working man, family, and faith, Chesterton eloquently opposed materialism, snobbery, hypocrisy, and any adversary of freedom and simplicity in modern society.

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  • Coming Tsunami : Why Christians Are Labeled Intolerant, Irrelevant, Oppress

    $25.00

    In The Coming Tsunami, pastor and cultural scholar Dr. Jim Denison addresses the gravest threat Christians in America have ever faced–four cultural tidal waves threatening to submerge Christians in America and the biblical morality they proclaim. Through proactive, biblical steps, he helps us redeem these challenges so that we can live the way Jesus calls us to live.

    This book is a warning sign.

    The coming cultural tsunami is the gravest threat Christians in America have ever faced.

    Caused by four cultural “earthquakes,” the cultural acceptance of four specific ideologies has seismically shifted our world.

    With the rise of a “post-truth” culture, the expansion of the sexual revolution, the attraction of Critical Race Theory, and the advance of secular religion, Christians are increasingly labeled as intolerant, irrelevant, oppressive, and dangerous–the antithesis of the life Jesus calls Christians to live.

    These tidal waves are threatening to submerge Christians in America and the biblical morality they proclaim. And the ultimate repercussions of these issues–the coming tsunami–have yet to be fully experienced.

    In The Coming Tsunami, pastor and cultural scholar Dr. Jim Denison of the Denison Forum:

    *assesses how our current culture came to be,
    *identifies the enormous danger these cultural quakes represent,
    *explores their consequences for evangelicals and our larger culture,
    *and offers proactive, biblical steps to redeem these challenges as opportunities for God’s word and grace.

    The coming cultural tsunami will greatly impact Christians in the coming years. It will undoubtedly influence and affect your children and grandchildren. However, unlike tsunamis in nature, which cannot be stopped once they have been created, it’s not too late to stop the moral tsunamis of our day.

    But Christians must act now.

    The rain is falling.

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  • Innocent Until Proven Muslim

    $29.99

    On September 11, 2001, nineteen terrorists hijacked four airplanes and carried out attacks on the United States, killing more than three thousand Americans and sending the country reeling.

    Three days after the attacks, President George W. Bush declared, “This is a day when all Americans from every walk of life unite in our resolve for justice and peace.” Yet in the days and years following, Muslim Americans–equal victims of the 9/11 terrorism–became targets of violence and hate crimes conducted in the name of patriotism.

    These acts of discrimination, denounced publicly by our nation’s leaders, were given unspoken license with the launch of the US military and intelligence campaign known as the War on Terror, which demonized all Muslims as terrorists.

    In 2009, President Barack Obama said, “America must play its role in ushering in a new era of peace”–a message that did not prevent, but indeed fueled, the marginalization of Muslim American communities. And the Islamophobic rhetoric from Donald Trump’s campaigns and administration continued to stoke the fire.

    In Innocent Until Proven Muslim, scholar and activist Dr. Maha Hilal tells the powerful story of two decades of the War on Terror and the hate toward Muslims that has ensued. Hilal offers not only a chronological overview of the many policies created under the umbrella of the War on Terror, but also accounts of the lived experiences of Muslim Americans, from stories of what it means to live as part of a “suspect” community, to the reality of surviving hate crimes. Along the way, this marginalized community gives voice to lessons we can all learn from their experiences and to what it would take to create a better future.

    Twenty years after the tragic events of 9/11, we must look at its full legacy and move toward a United States that is truly inclusive and unified.

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  • God Technology And The Christian Life

    $21.99

    What Does God Think about Technology?

    Many Christians remain perplexed about modern technology. New iPhones and social media platforms, self-driving cars, and genetic engineering all prove that human innovation is not slowing down for anyone. But as technologies multiply and life in this age becomes more complex, the questions become more stark: What does God think of human technology? Is he threatened by all its power? Is he trying to dismantle Silicon Valley?

    In his latest book, journalist Tony Reinke addresses these and other hard questions head-on from the Bible. By turning to 9 key passages and engaging with several theologians and thinkers, Reinke seeks to dismantle 12 common myths Christians often hold about technology, helping them understand the story of where human innovation came from and to embrace the church’s essential role in it.

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  • Heart Of Racial Justice

    $18.00

    Racial and ethnic hostility is one of the most pervasive problems the church faces.

    It hinders our effectiveness as one body of believers. It damages our witness. Why won’t this problem just go away? Because it is a spiritual battle. What should our response be in a world torn apart by prejudice, hatred, and fear? We must employ spiritual weapons–prayer, repentance, forgiveness. In this book Brenda Salter McNeil and Rick Richardson reveal a model of racial reconciliation, social justice, and spiritual healing that creates both individual and community transformation. Read this book if you want to learn how to:

    *use your faith as a force for change, not as a smoke screen for self-protection
    *embrace your true self and renounce false racial identities
    *receive and extend forgiveness as an act of racial reconciliation
    *experience personal transformation through the healing of painful racial memories
    *engage in social action by developing ongoing crosscultural partnerships

    This classic is now part of the IVP Signature Collection, which features special editions of iconic books in celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of InterVarsity Press. It includes a list of definitions and a discussion and activity guide for groups. A new companion Bible study is also available.

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  • Red Lip Theology

    $26.00

    A moving essay collection promoting freedom, self-love, and divine wholeness for Black women and opening new levels of understanding and ideological transformation for non-Black women and allies–from the “bona fide church girl” and educator who created the “Lemonade Syllabus.”

    Blurring the boundaries of righteous and irreverent, Red Lip Theology invites us to discover freedom in a progressive Christian faith that incorporates activism, feminism, and radical authenticity. Essayist and theologian Candice Marie Benbow’s essays explore universal themes like heartache, loss, forgiveness, and sexuality, and she unflinchingly empowers women who struggle with feeling loved and nurtured by church culture.

    Benbow writes powerfully about experiences at the heart of her Black womanhood. In honoring her single mother’s love and triumphs–and mourning her unexpected passing–she finds herself forced to shed restrictions she’d been taught to place on her faith practice. And by embracing alternative spirituality and womanist theology, and confronting staid attitudes on body positivity and LGBTQ+ rights, Benbow challenges religious institutions, faith leaders, and communities to reimagine how faith can be a tool of liberation and transformation for women and girls.

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  • How To Fight Racism Young Readers Edition

    $17.99

    Racism and social justice are important topics kids are dealing with today. In this adaptation of How to Fight Racism for young readers ages 8-12, Dr. Jemar Tisby helps kids understand how everyday prejudice affects them and what they can do to create social change. Inside, he explains the history of racism in America and why it is so prevalent, as well as uses Christian principles to provide practical tools and advice kids can use to develop and maintain an anti-racist mindset and make a positive difference in the world.

    Racism is pervasive in today’s world, and in the wake of protests and a call for change, many kids are eager to confront it but aren’t always sure how. Jemar Tisby, author of How to Fight Racism and The Color of Compromise, believes we need to move beyond mere discussions about racism and begin equipping young people with the practical tools to fight against it.

    In How to Fight Racism Young Reader’s Edition, Dr. Tisby uses history to explore how racism has affected America since before its founding and how it’s continued to grow, as well as examines how true social justice is rooted in the Christian faith. In a format that provides kids with a handbook for pursuing racial justice, readers ages 8-12 will discover:

    *hands-on suggestions and real-world examples of change they can put into action

    *practical ideas for confronting racism in their everyday lives, and how they can use Christian values to change the narrative around race

    *the ARC of racial justice-Awareness, Connection, and Relationships-that help form an anti-racist mindset

    *ways to evaluate their actions and promote biblical principles

    Throughout, kids will learn how to ask questions of themselves and their communities as they stand up to racism in all its forms. This book is for anyone who believes it is time to courageously confront the racism we see in our society today.

    How to Fight Racism Young Reader’s Edition:
    *Is ideal for any young person wanting to make a difference in today’s world
    *Can be used by families and church groups to start meaningful conversations with kids
    *Is written at a level kids in grades 4 through 6 and beyond can understand

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  • Talking About Race

    $18.99

    Conversations about racism are as important as they are hard for American Christians.

    Yet the conversation often gets so ugly, even among the faithful who claim unity in Jesus. Why is that the case? Why does it matter? Can things get better, or are we permanently divided?

    In this honest and hopeful book, pastor Isaac Adams doesn’t just show you how to have the race conversation, he begins it for you. By offering a fictional, racially charged tragedy in order to understand varying perspectives and responses, he examines what is at stake if we ignore this conversation, and why there’s just as much at stake in how we have that discussion, especially across color lines–that is, with people of another ethnicity. This unique approach offers insight into how to listen to one another well and seek unity in Christ. Looking to God’s Word, Christians can find wisdom to speak gracefully and truthfully about racism for the glory of God, the good of their neighbors, and the building up of the church.

    Some feel that the time for talking is over, and that we’ve heard all this before. But given how polarized American society is becoming–its churches not exempt–fresh attention on the dysfunctional communication between ethnicities is more than warranted. Adams offers an invitation to faithfully combat the racism so many of us say we hate and maintain the unity so many of us say we want. Together we can learn to speak in such a way that we show a divided world a different world.

    Talking About Race points to the starting line, not the finish line, when it comes to following Jesus amid race relations. It’s high time to begin running.

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  • When Angels Fight

    $17.99

    As seen on The Today Show

    The stunning, incredible story of Leslie F. King, from her life as a teenage runaway to a trafficked sex worker to a heroic advocate for other trafficked women in her community and around the country. Her ministry, Sacred Beginnings, provides housing and help for sex workers coming off the streets, with Leslie walking directly into the night to bring them hope–and bring them home.

    Beyond her own compelling story, Leslie and those she’s encountered over the years–including police officers, judges, and other advocates–share what to look for, what needs to change, and how you can make a difference in your own community.

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  • Kingdom Race Theology

    $11.99

    The 2020 murder of George Floyd ignited a racial firestorm throughout America, provoking lament and grief over a long history of tragedy. The widespread protests gave way to a heated discussion about terms such as systemic racism, white privilege, and Critical Race Theory, all framed by the slogan “black lives matter.” The beginnings of a helpful dialogue on diversity became a heated battle, one that quickly spread to the church.

    Drawing on forty years of ministry experience, Tony Evans writes with a fearless and prophetic voice, probing to the heart of the issue and pointing to God’s Word as the solution. Kingdom Race Theology helps people and churches commit to restitution, reconciliation, and responsibility. His penetrating and practical ideas will help pastors and church leaders sort through the conflicting theories, finding sensible solutions in the form of individual and collective action plans. Christians can work together across racial lines to repair the damage done by a long history of racial injustice.

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  • I Citizen : A Blueprint For Reclaiming American Self-Governance

    $30.99

    We, the People of the United States, have been conned. We’ve been conscripted into a proxy war ignited by partisan elites who, from their commanding heights in media, academia, and government, denounce and dehumanize not just one another, but all we who fail to support their points of view. Unfortunately–to our great misfortune and peril–everyday Americans are following suit. As a consequence, distrust and hatred between Americans of opposing political parties has reached a level not seen since the Civil War. Businesses, neighborhoods, even families are being divided along a partisan line that none of us drew.

    Yet even as ideologues sow rancor and discord, they have quietly colluded to steal from under our noses the most essential and American of freedoms: the right to govern ourselves. They’ve done so by erecting a system under which everyday citizens don’t have a voice in the vast majority of decisions that affect our lives. From foreign wars to how local libraries are run, authority no longer resides in We the People, but amongst unaccountable elites.

    This is the story of how that happened and, more importantly, what we citizens can do about it. The great secret and hope of America is that, though our elites have irreconcilable differences, everyday Americans are not nearly so far apart in our policy preferences as the people who claim to speak for us. There’s still time for We the People to reclaim the right to govern our own lives–but time is running out.

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  • Our Last Best Act

    $18.99

    As we begin to contemplate death and to embark on practical planning for life’s end, many of us long to leave a legacy beyond a transfer of money and property–one that ensures a sustainable earth for our loved ones, our communities, and generations to come. But where do we even begin?

    With the sudden deaths of both of her parents, Mallory McDuff found herself in a similar position. Utterly unprepared both emotionally and practically, she began to research sustainable practices around death and dying, determined to honor their commitment to caring for the earth. For McDuff, an educator and environmentalist, what started as a highly personal endeavor expanded into a yearlong exploration and assessment of green burials, aquamation, green cemeteries, home funerals, and human composting.

    In Our Last Best Act, McDuff bridges the gap between environmental action and religious faith by demonstrating that when the two are combined, they become a powerful force for the greater good. Full of practical information and support, this book equips readers to make decisions for their own end-of-life planning. In a world experiencing a climate crisis and a culture that avoids discussions about death and dying, this book opens the conversation about the choices we make–and how it’s possible for our death to honor our values, create a sustainable legacy, and help to heal the earth.

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  • Still Time To Care

    $25.99

    At the start of the gay rights movement in 1969, evangelicalism’s leading voices cast a vision for gay people who turn to Jesus. It was C.S. Lewis, Billy Graham, Francis Schaeffer and John Stott who were among the most respected leaders within theologically orthodox Protestantism. We see with them a positive pastoral approach toward gay people, an approach that viewed homosexuality as a fallen condition experienced by some Christians who needed care more than cure.

    With the birth and rise of the ex-gay movement, the focus shifted from care to cure. As a result, there are an estimated 700,000 people alive today who underwent conversion therapy in the United States alone. Many of these patients were treated by faith-based, testimony-driven parachurch ministries centered on the ex-gay script. Despite the best of intentions, the movement ended with very troubling results. Yet the ex-gay movement died not because it had the wrong sex ethic. It died because it was founded on a practice that diminished the beauty of the gospel.

    Yet even after the closure of the ex-gay umbrella organization Exodus International in 2013, the ex-gay script continues to walk about as the undead among us, pressuring people like me to say, “I used to be gay, but I’m not gay anymore. Now I’m just same-sex attracted.”

    For orthodox Christians, the way forward is a path back to where we were forty years ago. It is time again to focus with our Neo-Evangelical fathers on care–not cure–for our non-straight sisters and brothers who are living lives of costly obedience to Jesus.

    With warmth and humor as well as original research, Still Time to Care will chart the path forward for our churches and ministries in providing care. It will provide guidance for the gay person who hears the gospel and finds themselves smitten by the life-giving call of Jesus. Woven throughout the book will be Richard Lovelace’s 1978 call for a “double repentance” in which gay Christians repent of their homosexual sins and the church repents of its homophobia–putting on display for all the power of the gospel.

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  • God And Race Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $19.99

    This Study Guide includes:

    *Individual access to 5 streaming video sessions
    *Discussion and reflection questions with video notes
    *Personal study between sessions
    *Leader’s Guide

    A recent Pew Research study discovered that 6 out of 10 adults in America believe racial tension is a major problem in this country–and one that is only growing worse. Today, people across the nation are dealing with tensions between blacks and whites, and often this tension breaks out into violence. People are talking about the issue; but sadly, the church has been reluctant to engage in the discussion.

    In God and Race, pastors Wayne Francis and John Siebling seek to provide a non-threatening means for pastors, church leaders, and churchgoers to start to dialogue about this important issue. Wayne Francis, lead pastor of The Life Church in New York, speaks to the “Black Fist” part, showing how the racism that blacks have faced have led to many solidarity movements that have served to increase racial tensions in our country. John Siebling, lead pastor of The Life Church in Memphis, Tennessee, speaks to the “White Knuckles” part, showing how many whites today are “white-knuckling” it to try and hold on to old (and wrong) ways of thinking . . . or are just tensing up when approached with the issue and hoping that it will just go away.

    In this study, Wayne and John show how neither black fists or white knuckles are the answer to the problem, but that what is needed are open hands, open hearts, and open minds. They do this by discussing seven key statements that they believe the church needs to acknowledge today:

    1. Racism is a problem
    2. The gospel is the solution
    3. It’s more than just a spiritual problem
    4. It’s complicated
    5. White people must understand and acknowledge the sin of slavery and mistreatment of black people
    6. Black people in turn have to forgive white people of previous and present injustices, while also not harboring hatred and racism toward white people
    7. Unless we make a solid intentional choice to connect, understand, reach, and love one another, we will remain divided

    In the Gospels, we see how the crowds came to Jesus because he talked about real issues and was not afraid to engage in the important issues of his day. In the church of today, we need to be doing the same, for it is only by recognizing, addressing, and openly dialoguing about the racial tension in America that we can together begin to work toward real solutions. Wayne

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  • All Who Are Weary

    $18.99

    We live in an age uniquely attentive to the problem of mental illness. More than half of us will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in our lifetime. It has been easy, for centuries, to relegate persistent emotional and mental struggles entirely to the realm of a failed personal work ethic (“Just don’t worry so much!”), not enough faith (“Just pray harder!”), or, in recent years, a chemical imbalance in our brains (“Just take this pill!”). Yet, for those of us who live with mental illness, none of these suggestions provides the quick relief it promises, and the continued struggle takes its toll on our already burdened hearts and minds.

    In All Who Are Weary, Emmy Kegler joins the reader on the long walk of reflection, understanding, and compassion, calling followers of Jesus back to ancient practices of lament, vulnerability, honesty, community, and hope. This book is not a map to a cure, nor a perfectly restorative prayer. Rather, Kegler joins the reader on the long walk of reflection, understanding, and compassion. Written with a wide community in mind–patients, but also parents and partners, coworkers and friends, pastors and therapists, and the whole church–All Who Are Weary points to the embodied grace known in Jesus, trusting in the promise of a lighter load for all.

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  • Babylon Bee Guide To Wokeness

    $19.99

    To show the world you’re a good person–and also to avoid getting canceled and having your life ruined by a Twitter mob–you need to get WOKE. In The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness, the writers of satirical sensation The Babylon Bee tell you how to choose your pronouns, blame everyone else for your problems, and show the world how virtuous you are with virtue-signaling profile pictures and stunning and brave hashtags. A tongue-in-cheek guide to the far Left’s obsession with intersectional insanity, The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness will help you laugh at the state of our culture so you don’t cry.

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  • Drift : Stopping America’s Slide To Socialism

    $28.99

    Kevin Hassett wasn’t always a Trump supporter. Before his surprising appointment as the top White House economist, he took a dim view of the populist agenda and mercurial temperament of the man who had won control of the Republican Party. But experience would soon change his mind.

    As chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, Hassett helped Donald Trump bring about a golden age of prosperity, in which Americans who had been left behind by decades of failed policy were given the opportunity to succeed. The miracle lasted three years, until a virus from China killed it.

    Trump proved that a mix of free-market principles and enlightened nationalism could revive the American economic dynamo. Guided by an unlikely team of brilliant advisers and driven by his own force of will, he recognized that Washington bureaucrats had undermined the American dream by inserting themselves into every aspect of the economy. These “experts” were leading us down the path to socialism, and Trump fought like mad to turn things around.

    Enjoying not only direct access to the president but also his trust and respect, Hassett was involved in almost every important policy debate. After two exhausting but successful years, he stepped down from the CEA and returned to private life-only to return as a special adviser on pandemic policy in 2020.

    The Drift offers a unique perspective on a pivotal presidency. Unconnected and unbeholden to Donald Trump, Kevin Hassett came to the administration with a critical eye. But working with Trump the president convinced him that this flawed leader might be the only man who could halt the drift toward a statist and moribund economy. Filled with urgent lessons, this book is essential reading as the drift resumes.

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  • Diversity Playbook : Recommendations And Guidance For Christian Organizatio

    $19.99

    To come together, we all need the same playbook.

    Diversity Playbook offers a unique opportunity to gain a sneak peek into the world of the other. Michelle R. Loyd-Paige and Michelle D. Williams note that many diversity efforts fail simply because organizations don’t share a common language as they talk about diversity. To address this problem, they offer insights within three key areas for Christian organizations:

    Section One?Wisdom for Diversity Professionals

    Section Two?Guidance for Outliers, Allies, and Co-conspirators

    Section Three?Strengthening Diversity throughout Your Organization

    Building on their years of experience in Christian higher education, Loyd-Page and Williams share pitfalls to avoid and plans that can extend God’s ministry of reconciliation to everyone. Their work will help your organization become better at changing hearts and broadening minds.

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  • Beaten Black And Blue

    $27.00

    What’s it really like to be a Black police officer in today’s America?

    “Defund the police!” is shouted in the streets.
    A.C.A.B. is spray painted on precinct buildings.
    Countless citizens believe all police are racists.

    In this era of civil unrest and political divide, how do Black cops–or any cops–maintain the motivation and commitment to do their job? Former police officer, co-founder of BLEXIT, and Founder & CEO of The Officer Tatum–Brandon Tatum shares his story and the stories of other police officers in the pages of his new book, Beaten Black and Blue. Read why they joined the force, what it’s really like on the streets, and how they continue to fight the good fight.

    Forget what you think you know and learn the truth!

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  • Race Crazy : BLM, 1619, And The Progressive Racism Movement

    $28.00

    An Emancipation Books Title

    The progressive left has gone Race Crazy–and they want to take America down the same path of insanity.

    When did America become obsessed with racial differences? After decades of progress healing real-world prejudices and anger, we suddenly live in an America where we’re expected to view every single thing through the lens of race.

    Children are taught the politics of racial resentment and fear in schools. Films, novels, and even comic books are judged by the color of their protagonists–and their adherence to the latest “woke” messaging. Corporate America has universally adopted the slogan “Black Lives Matter” in every piece of marketing, those words serving as a talisman to protect them from Twitter mobs and outraged activists. And the 1619 Project and similar pieces of academic propaganda seek to redefine and undermine the very notion of America as a unified and great nation.

    Meanwhile, organized BLM advances a radical and dangerous political agenda which, if enacted, would mean the end of the American experiment as we know it. The nation faces a pivotal moment: will we reject the Race Crazies, or let them destroy us?

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  • New Trail Of Tears

    $17.99

    If you want to know why American Indians have the highest rates of poverty of any racial group, why suicide is the leading cause of death among Indian men, why native women are two and a half times more likely to be raped than the national average and why gang violence affects American Indian youth more than any other group, do not look to history. There is no doubt that white settlers devastated Indian communities in the 19th, and early 20th centuries. But it is our policies today–denying Indians ownership of their land, refusing them access to the free market and failing to provide the police and legal protections due to them as American citizens–that have turned reservations into small third-world countries in the middle of the richest and freest nation on earth.

    The tragedy of our Indian policies demands reexamination immediately–not only because they make the lives of millions of American citizens harder and more dangerous–but also because they represent a microcosm of everything that has gone wrong with modern liberalism. They are the result of decades of politicians and bureaucrats showering a victimized people with money and cultural sensitivity instead of what they truly need–the education, the legal protections and the autonomy to improve their own situation.

    If we are really ready to have a conversation about American Indians, it is time to stop bickering about the names of football teams and institute real reforms that will bring to an end this ongoing national shame.

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  • Do What You Said You Would Do

    $27.00

    Get an inside look at the detailed investigations of the United States Congress, the groundwork for Donald Trump’s win in 2016, and the events that occurred during his successful four years as president.

    When I woke up on October 2, 2020, I figured it would be like most Fridays in DC. Congress would finish up the week with a few votes on the House Floor and then members would rush to Reagan National Airport to catch a flight home. Polly and I had a mid-afternoon flight; however, we weren’t headed home. We were going to Wisconsin to help a colleague raise funds and to attend the President’s rally in Green Bay…. As I started to put on my workout gear before heading to the House gym, I took a look at my phone. I noticed I had several text messages and missed phone calls from Russell Dye, the top media staffer for our personal office and for Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee. Some of the calls and messages were from after midnight…. I called him right away.

    “What’s going on?” I asked.

    He responded, “Sir, the president has the virus!”

    I turned on the TV. It was the only story…. I had traveled to Cleveland with the president three days earlier–I knew I’d have to quarantine until I got tested. I’d been tested before the flight to Cleveland, but that wouldn’t matter now. I’d have to get a new test. No workout this morning, no flight to Wisconsin this afternoon…. First things first. I was scheduled for a Fox and Friends interview that morning in the eight o’clock hour. I grabbed a quick shower and then headed to the office to prep for the interview. We were supposed to discuss the election and how the president was doing in Ohio. But we knew the only topic would be the president contracting the virus…. An hour later I got tested in the House physician’s office…. On that drive home Polly and I talked about all that had transpired that morning. We talked about the president and first lady, and like millions of other Americans, we prayed for their health and for our country. Over the weekend I thought about that day–that one day–Friday, October 2, 2020: it was really a picture of the entire year. 2020 was about the virus and the presidential election. 2020 was all about politics.

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  • Hope For This Present Crisis

    $34.99

    Our culture has lost its mind. Now, we are waging a bigger fight–a war for our soul.

    Is it possible our world has gone mad? We are under siege and the war is not from without; it is from within. The collapse of the Roman Empire occurred in a single generation and was not so much the result of invasions by their enemies but the result of moral decay and internal corruption. Similar patterns are emerging in America. We neglected or abandoned our traditional institutions long ago, but now it’s time to take them back.

    Today, forces are at work to strip the principles and precepts of faith from public venues or minimize their significance. Many progressive leaders are convinced that when Christianity disintegrates it will create peace on earth. But the loss of our heritage will merely create a spiritual vacuum that will be filled with folly, crammed with chaos, or invaded by Islam. The reality is: Western civilization will become so decadent and reckless that America will collapse like a house of cards.

    In Hope for This Present Crisis, Dr. Youssef provides a diagnosis of the insanity of the current culture and a seven-step prescription for restoring sanity to a world gone mad. Here’s the seven-step path to restoring a world gone mad:

    *Remember the Truth – Stand firm on the truth of the gospel.
    *Restore the Soul – Seek God’s approval- not the approval of other people.
    *Revitalize theFamily – Guard your children from the horrors of the Internet.
    *Reestablish the Classroom – Support conscientious, caring public school teachers.
    *Respect our Freedoms – Know your rights.
    *Reform our Society – Morally and spiritually purify yourself.
    *Revive the Church – Demonstrate the forgiving love of Jesus at all times.

    This book will teach you how to stand up to attacks on your faith, and defend Christianity as a meaningful contribution to society.

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  • Resurrection Hope : A Future Where Black Lives Matter

    $26.00

    The author of Stand Your Ground explores the spiritual/moral illness of white supremacy, its corruption of Christian faith, and the basis for a “resurrection” hope in the Black Lives Matter movement.

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  • Becoming Brave : Finding The Courage To Pursue Racial Justice Now

    $17.99

    Foreword INDIES 2020 Book of the Year Award (BRONZE Winner for Religion)

    Reconciliation is not true reconciliation without justice! Brenda Salter McNeil has come to this conviction as she has led the church in pursuing reconciliation efforts over the past three decades. McNeil calls the church to repair the old reconciliation paradigm by moving beyond individual racism to address systemic injustice, both historical and present. It’s time for the church to go beyond individual reconciliation and “heart change” and to boldly mature in its response to racial division.Looking through the lens of the biblical narrative of Esther, McNeil challenges Christian reconcilers to recognize the particular pain in our world so they can work together to repair what is broken while maintaining a deep hope in God’s ongoing work for justice. This book provides education and prophetic inspiration for every person who wants to take reconciliation seriously.

    Becoming Brave offers a distinctly Christian framework for addressing systemic injustice. It challenges Christians to be everyday activists who become brave enough to break the silence and work with others to dismantle systems of injustice and inequality.

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  • Beyond Biden : Rebuilding The America We Love

    $31.00

    Bestselling author Newt Gingrich exposes the anti-American forces that have grown so large and so aggressive in their quest for power.

    The struggle between the defenders of America as an exceptional nation and the forces of anti-Americanism is reaching a fever pitch. These forces have grown so large, so well-financed, so entrenched and aggressive that they must be studied closely and understood completely if America is to survive this imminent civil war.

    In Beyond Biden, bestselling author Newt Gingrich brings together the various strands of the movement seeking to destroy true, historic American values and replace this country with one that’s imposed on us by the combined power of government and social acceptance.

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  • Been In The Struggle

    $29.99

    The work of dismantling racism doesn’t happen overnight.

    Been in the Struggle nurtures, challenges, and fosters the work and witness of dismantling racism for the long haul. Filled with wisdom and insight from nearly three decades of partnering across racial lines in this work, authors Regina Shands Stoltzfus and Tobin Miller Shearer offer a powerful mix of practical direction and poignant reflection to empower and sustain those working to dismantle racism, regardless of their stage on the journey.

    Stoltzfus and Shearer draw on the power and promise of interracial relationships to offer a vision for an anti-racist spirituality. Together this Black woman and White man address the spirituality of conflict and crisis, embracing Blackness amid an anti-Black culture, and the importance of spiritual disciplines in the work of antiracism. Whether working to dismantle racism in our own lives or inside institutions, their words on transformation, historical trauma, spiritual formation, and the importance of authentic, restorative celebration will inspire and sustain us for the road ahead.

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  • Been In The Struggle

    $18.99

    The work of dismantling racism doesn’t happen overnight.

    Been in the Struggle nurtures, challenges, and fosters the work and witness of dismantling racism for the long haul. Filled with wisdom and insight from nearly three decades of partnering across racial lines in this work, authors Regina Shands Stoltzfus and Tobin Miller Shearer offer a powerful mix of practical direction and poignant reflection to empower and sustain those working to dismantle racism, regardless of their stage on the journey.

    Stoltzfus and Shearer draw on the power and promise of interracial relationships to offer a vision for an anti-racist spirituality. Together this Black woman and White man address the spirituality of conflict and crisis, embracing Blackness amid an anti-Black culture, and the importance of spiritual disciplines in the work of antiracism. Whether working to dismantle racism in our own lives or inside institutions, their words on transformation, historical trauma, spiritual formation, and the importance of authentic, restorative celebration will inspire and sustain us for the road ahead.

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  • Black Hands White House

    $28.00

    Black Hands, White House documents and appraises the role enslaved women and men played in building the US, both its physical and its fiscal infrastructure. The book highlights the material commodities produced by enslaved communities during the Transatlantic Slave Trade. These commodities–namely tobacco, rice, sugar, and cotton, among others–enriched European and US economies; contributed to the material and monetary wealth of the nation’s founding fathers, other early European immigrants, and their descendants; and bolstered the wealth of present-day companies founded during the American slave era. Critical to this study are also examples of enslaved laborers’ role in building Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Subsequently, their labor also constructed the nation’s capital city, Federal City (later renamed Washington, DC), its seats of governance–the White House and US Capitol–and other federal sites and memorials.

    Given the enslaved community’s contribution to the US, this work questions the absence of memorials on the National Mall that honor enslaved, Black-bodied people. Harrison argues that such monuments are necessary to redress the nation’s historical disregard of Black people and America’s role in their forced migration, violent subjugation, and free labor. The erection of monuments commissioned by the US government would publicly demonstrate the government’s admission of the US’s historical role in slavery and human-harm, and acknowledgment of the karmic debt owed to these first Black-bodied builders of America.

    Black Hands, White House appeals to those interested in exploring how nation-building and selective memory, American patriotism and hypocrisy, racial superiority and mythmaking are embedded in US origins and monuments, as well as in other memorials throughout the transatlantic European world. Such a study is necessary, as it adds significantly to the burgeoning and in-depth conversation on racial disparity, race relations, history-making, reparations, and monument erection and removal.

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  • Hidden Mercy : AIDS, Catholics, And The Untold Stories Of Compassion In The

    $28.99

    The 1980s and 1990s, the height of the AIDS crisis in the United States, was decades ago now, and many of the stories from this time remain hidden: A Catholic nun from a small Midwestern town packs up her life to move to New York City, where she throws herself into a community under assault from HIV and AIDS. A young priest sees himself in the many gay men dying from AIDS and grapples with how best to respond, eventually coming out as gay and putting his own career on the line. A gay Catholic with HIV loses his partner to AIDS and then flees the church, focusing his energy on his own health rather than fight an institution seemingly rejecting him.

    Set against the backdrop of the HIV and AIDS epidemic of the late twentieth century and the Catholic Church’s crackdown on gay and lesbian activists, journalist Michael O’Loughlin searches out the untold stories of those who didn’t look away, who at great personal cost chose compassion–even as he seeks insight for LGBTQ people of faith struggling to find a home in religious communities today.This is one journalist’s–gay and Catholic himself–compelling picture of those quiet heroes who responded to human suffering when so much of society–and so much of the church–told them to look away. These pure acts of compassion and mercy offer us hope and inspiration as we continue to confront existential questions about what it means to be Americans, Christians, and human beings responding to those most in need.

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  • Restless Devices : Recovering Personhood, Presence, And Place In The Digita

    $24.00

    We’re being formed by our devices.

    Today’s digital technologies are designed to captivate our attention and encroach on our boundaries, shaping how we relate to time and space, to ourselves and others, even to God. Our natural longing for relationship makes us vulnerable to the industrializing effects of social media. While we enjoy the benefits of digital tech, many of us feel troubled with its power and exhausted by its demands for permanent connectivity. Yet even as we grow disenchanted, attempting to resist the digital powers that be might seem like a losing battle. Sociologist Felicia Wu Song has spent years considering the personal and collective dynamics of digital ecosystems. She combines psychological, neurological, and sociological insights with theological reflection to explore two major questions:

    *What kind of people are we becoming with personal technologies in hand?
    *And who do we really want to be?

    Song unpacks the soft tyranny of the digital age, including the values embedded in our apps and the economic systems that drive our habits. She then explores pathways of meaningful resistance that can be found in Christian tradition–especially counter-narratives about human worth, embodiment, relationality, and time–and offers practical experiments for individual and communal change. In our current digital ecologies, small behavioral shifts are not enough to give us freedom. We need a sober and motivating vision of our prospects to help us imagine what kind of life we hope to live–and how we can get there.

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  • Chicken Little The Sky Isnt Falling

    $15.95

    This is a comprehensive guide for parents who want to raise emotionally healthy, resilient adolescents in a time of great stress when anxiety and mental health disorders are epidemic.

    In these times of great stress for our kids, resilience is not a given. The epidemic of mental health disorders in adolescents has made parenting even more challenging, but parents can still have an enormous impact on the health and well-being of their child. This book offers parents the tools they need to navigate this tumultuous time of change and create a continuous deep connection with their child. With covered topics such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral issues, and addiction, parents will learn how they can recognize mental health disorders as well as obtain compassionate and practical advice on how to address these issues if they occur.

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  • Saving Grace : Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, And Learn To Coexist With P

    $27.00

    The CNN senior political analyst and USA Today columnist offers a path to navigating the toxic division in our culture without compromising our convictions and emotional well-being, based on her experience as a journalist during the Trump era, interviews with experts, and research on what leads people to actually change their minds.

    For years, Kirsten Powers has been center stage for many of our nation’s most searing political and cultural battles as a columnist, TV analyst, and one-time participant in the thunderdome of Twitter. On a good day, there will be civil disagreement. On a bad day, it’s all-out trench warfare–nothing but a cycle of outrage and self-righteousness. More and more, Powers finds herself wondering, along with countless Americans: How are we to cope with this non-stop madness?

    In Saving Grace, Powers writes with wit and insight about our country’s poisonous political discourse, chronicling the efforts she’s made to stay grounded and preserve her sanity in a post-truth era that has driven many of us to the edge. She draws on lessons offered by faith leaders, therapists, theologians, social scientists, and activists working for change today. She dismantles the widespread misconception that grace means being nice, letting people get away with harmful behavior, or choosing neutrality in the name of peace. Grace, she argues, is anything but an act of surrender; instead, it is a kinetic and transformative force.

    Saving Grace offers a template for a different kind of America, one where we can engage with people who hold opposing views without sacrificing our values or our passionate beliefs in the causes we care about. It’s a culture that embraces repentance and repair, a process through which those who have caused harm can take responsibility and work toward righting the wrongs in which they have participated. It’s a place where we’re empowered to see the possibility in other people, even people who are driving us nuts.

    Provocative, original, and filled with deep wisdom, Saving Grace is an essential read for anyone engaged in the struggle to live compassionately in an era of relentless demonization and division.

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  • Real Anthony Fauci

    $26.99

    A Skyhorse Publishing Title

    Pharma-funded mainstream media has convinced millions of Americans that Dr. Anthony Fauci is a hero. He is anything but.

    As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Dr. Anthony Fauci dispenses $6.1 billion in annual taxpayer-provided funding for scientific research, allowing him to dictate the subject, content, and outcome of scientific health research across the globe. Fauci uses the financial clout at his disposal to wield extraordinary influence over hospitals, universities, journals, and thousands of influential doctors and scientists–whose careers and institutions he has the power to ruin, advance, or reward.
    During more than a year of painstaking and meticulous research, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. unearthed a shocking story that obliterates media spin on Dr. Fauci . . . and that will alarm every American–Democrat or Republican–who cares about democracy, our Constitution, and the future of our children’s health.

    The Real Anthony Fauci reveals how “America’s Doctor” launched his career during the early AIDS crisis by partnering with pharmaceutical companies to sabotage safe and effective off-patent therapeutic treatments for AIDS. Fauci orchestrated fraudulent studies, and then pressured US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulators into approving a deadly chemotherapy treatment he knew to be worthless against AIDS. Fauci repeatedly violated federal laws to allow his Pharma partners to use impoverished and dark-skinned children as lab rats in deadly experiments with toxic AIDS and cancer chemotherapies.

    In early 2000, Fauci shook hands with Bill Gates in the library of Gates’ $147 million Seattle mansion, cementing a partnership that would aim to control an increasingly profitable $60 billion global vaccine enterprise with unlimited growth potential. Through funding leverage and carefully cultivated personal relationships with heads of state and leading media and social media institutions, the Pharma-Fauci-Gates alliance exercises dominion over global health policy.

    The Real Anthony Fauci details how Fauci, Gates, and their cohorts use their control of media outlets, scientific journals, key government and quasi-governmental agencies, global intelligence agencies, and influential scientists and physicians to flood the public with fearful propaganda about COVID-19 virulence and pathogenesis, and to muzzle debate and ruthlessly censor dissent.

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  • Making Faith Magnetic

    $16.99

    As followers of Jesus, we know that the good news is deeply attractive. But we often fear that to those on the outside, it comes across as irrelevant or even repellent. Sometimes the Christian worldview feels so out of step with everything else going on that we don’t know how to share our faith.

    However, author Daniel Strange wants to show you that the connections are there–in fact, the longings that our culture cannot help but express are the very ones that Jesus fulfils.

    Building on the work of theologian J.H. Bavinck, Dan reveals five recurring themes that our culture can’t stop talking about, or, as he puts it, the “five permanent ‘itches’ that in our work, rest, and play, we have to vigorously scratch.” From TV to books to social media, these are the questions we can’t stop asking and the tensions we can’t stop wrestling with–and Jesus speaks powerfully into each one.

    This book will help you to spot these connections in our culture, excite you about how Jesus makes sense of humankind’s deepest questions and longings, and equip you to speak of him to others in a way that is truly magnetic.

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  • Im Not That Woman Anymore Bible Study Leader Guide

    $16.99

    Freedom for His Daughters

    I’m Not That Woman Anymore: A Journey to Healing from Abuse Leader Guide provides guidance for women leaders embracing the opportunity to minister hope and healing through the love of God. So many of God’s daughters who have been or still are in an abusive relationship are suffering. The enemy would see us remain prisoners of hurt and shame, but we are all called to more. This study offers the truths needed to lead others from darkness into the light as they seek a life free from the bondage of abuse.

    In this Bible study, we team up with scripture to bring biblical truth to these issues of the heart:

    *What lies of the enemy have I believed about who I am?
    *What truths are found in the Word of God about abuse?
    *How can Jesus possibly understand my abuse?
    *How do I avoid another abusive relationship?
    *Is forgiveness a part of healing?

    This isn’t an easy journey. but it will be worth it. To walk alongside those who have suffered is to walk alongside Christ.

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