Recommended Books

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

Here are some recommended authors and books (not all are available in our Library):

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”