Six New Things: Week of August 24

One Ralph De La Rosa's timely Don't Tell Me to Relax: Emotional Resilience in the Age of Rage, Feels & Freak-Outs (Penguin Random House) offers "warm, funny, streetwise... tools for coping in contentious times". Offer a little levity to…

Six New Things: Week of August 17

One Leigh Finke has edited two helpful books: one for your teens: Queerfully and Wonderfully Made: A Guide for LGBTQ+ Christian Teens (Augsburg Fortress) offers “insight and support from an amazing group of LGBTQ+ professionals, as well…

Six New Things: Week of August 10

One To lead your congregation in the essential conversations of our time, you might share A House Divided: Engaging the Issues through the Politics of Compassion (Chalice); further discussion can be fueled with Born Again and Again: A Call…

Six New Things: Week of August 3

One Free Spirit Press’s new releases are designed to empower and equip young people: Shannon Anderson teams up first with Violet Lemay for the teen–focused Mindset Power, then with Jacob Souva, BFA, for Y Is for Yet, both designed to…

Six New Things: Week of July 27

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Six New Things: Week of June 29

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Six New Things: Week of June 6

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