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Children Grieve, Too – Helping Children Cope with Grief (document)

Recommended Authors and Books from Dr. Chris Spotts, Pastoral Intern

Bonhoeffer, Dietrich
   “The Cost of Discipleship”
   “Life Together”

Brueggemann, Walter
   “The Covenanted Self”
   “The Land: Place as gift, promise and challenge in Biblical faith”
   “The Prophetic Imagination”
   “Sabbath as Resistance: Saying no to the culture of now”

Cavanaugh, William
   “Being Consumed: Economics and Christian desire
   “Torture and Eucharist: Theology, politics and the Body of Christ”

Claiborne, Shane
   “Irresistible Revolution: Living as an ordinary radical”
   “Red Letter Revolution: What if Jesus really meant what he said”

Lohfink, Gerhard
   “Does God Need the Church: Toward a theology of the people of God”

McLaren, Brian
   “A Generous Orthodoxy: Why I am a missional, evangelical, post/protestant, liberal/conservative . . .
   “Everything Must Change – when the world’s biggest problems and Jesus Good News collide

Miles, Sara
   “Take this Bread: A radical conversion”

Myers, Ched
   “Binding the Strong Man: A Political reading of Mark’s story of Jesus”

Sanders, James
   “Torah and Canon”

Sider, Ron
   “Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger: Moving from affluence to generosity”

Stearns, Richard
   “The Hole in our Gospel: What might God expect from us?”

Washington, James
   “A Testament of Hope: The essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.”

Wink, Walter
   “Jesus and Nonviolence: A third way”

Yoder, Dwight Howard
   “The Politics of Jesus”
   “Body Politics: Five practices of the Christian community before the watching world”