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A Point of Balance: The Weight and Measure of Anglicanism

by Kwok Pui-lan

This new volume offers some of the most recent, richest and cutting edge reflection on the nature of Anglican identity at the beginning of the 21st century. Originating from The Society for the Study of Anglicanism,...


The Ashgate Research Companion to World Methodism

by William Gibson & Peter Forsaith

As a religious and social phenomenon, Methodism engages with a number of disciplines including history, sociology, gender studies and theology. This Companion brings together a team of respected international...


Quaker Brotherhood: Interracial Activism and the American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1950

by Allan W. Austin

The Religious Society of Friends and its service organization, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), have long been known for their peace and justice activism. The abolitionist work of Friends during...


Praying the Hours

by Suzanne Guthrie

Praying the Hours offers us a contemporary way to practice the ancient tradition of hallowing time throughout the day by marking the hours with prayer and thanksgiving.


Sheer Christianity: Conjectures on a Catechism

by Sam Portaro

Calling upon teachers G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis, Sam Portaro wades into the abyss of confronting a life of faithfulness in a world where the Church has created a dictionary unintelligible to anyone not...


Playing with Fire: Preaching Work as Kindling Art

by David J. Schlafer

Offering a fresh approach to homiletics, David J. Schlafer provides an invitation to preaching by way of metaphor.


Conflict and a Christian Life

by Sam Portaro

This book is a hopeful and creative reflection on the positive aspects of conflict in our relationships and institutions, as demonstrated throughout scripture in the life and ministry of Jesus, the early church,...


Learning the Language of the Fields: Tilling and Keeping as Christian Vocation

by Daniel G. Deffenbaugh

Deffenbaugh calls us to live in a reciprocal relationship with our biotic communities-the plants, animals, and other non-human cultures that share our world. By rerooting our global lifestyles in the ecological...


Light Theology and Heavy Cream: The Culinary Adventures of Pietro and Madeline

by Robert Farrar Capon

In Light Theology & Heavy Cream, Capon returns to the kitchen to present a spirited collection of pieces he describes as "culinary and theological snack food."


No Moment Too Small: Rhythms of Silence, Prayer, and Holy Reading

by Norvene Vest

Vest focuses and explores three of the foundations of the Benedictine way (silence, the exploration of Scripture, and the hours of prayer) leading the reader toward their own spiritual growth.


Mentoring: The Ministry of Spiritual Kindship

by Edward C. Sellner

Edward Sellner mines the deep wisdom of many traditions and demonstrates how relationships of mentoring, rooted and grounded in the love of Christ, can forge fast friendship, heal wounds from the past, and bring...


Mass in Time of War

by Barbara Cawthorne Crafton

In this elegant and provocative book, she confronts us with the language of the liturgy, the prayer of the Church, in a world at war with itself.


St. Benedict's Toolbox: The Nuts and Bolts of Everyday Benedictine Living

by Jane Tomaine

A practical guide to Benedictine spirituality in daily life.


Friend of the Soul: A Benedictine Spirituality of Work

by Norvene Vest

In this second book in her series on Benedictine spirituality, Norvene Vest brings the insights of Benedict's Rule to the world of work.


Informed by Faith: A Spiritual Handbook for Christian Educators and Parents

by Mark Bozzuti-Jones

In Informed by Faith, the author creates a dialogue between religious educators and parents that is designed to lead to meditation, prayer, reflection, and a new perspective on the ministry of teaching.


Alleluia is the Song of the Desert: An Exercise for Lent and other Sacred Times

by Lawerence D. Hart

Entering Lent can be imagined as entering the silence of a vast and empty desert that leads to an experience of alleluia. The Lenten meditations in this book lead us to our own interior desert.


What the Devil Saw On the Day of Pentecost

by Michael Fram

In this book you will be challenged to look at Pentecost through different eyes than perhaps you have before. Traditionally, the Church has always viewed Pentecost as how it has affected her, here it will be...


Going Home: An Invitation to Jubilee

by Frank T. Griwold

In these meditations on the themes of jubilee Frank T. Griswold offers fresh insight into how this ancient practice can be the catalyst for renewal today.


Mission in the Spirit / Ma and Ma

by Julie C. Ma & Wonsuk Ma

The book explores the unique contribution of Pentecostal/ Charismatic mission from the beginning of the twentieth century. The first part considers the theological basis of Pentecostal/Charismatic mission thinking...


Spirited Men: Story, Soul and Substance

by Brian Doyle

This recollection of essays offers resurrections, restorations, reconsiderations, appreciations, enthusiasms, headlong solos, laughing prayers, imaginary meetings with most unusual and most interesting men.