A Living Alternative

A Living Alternative

What does faith look like in a world where Christianity no longer dominates economy, policy, and morality? Why are mainline Christian structures so intimidated by this inevitability? And how can the church learn from those radical-reformers of the past as we venture into this unforeseen post-Christendom world? This collaboration of MennoNerds authors attempts to answer these questions with respect to a variety of topics. More info →
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The Gospel Next Door

The Gospel Next Door

As Christians, we pray for God’s kingdom to come “on earth as it in heaven.” But what does that even mean? Would we recognize God’s kingdom if it moved in next door? More info →
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The Introvert Writer

The Introvert Writer

In an extrovert’s world, discover how to thrive as an introvert writer. More info →
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The Sinner Saint

The Sinner Saint

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“You see, my son, the saints are not so different than you or me. Their stories reveal them to be very much human. However, this frailty does not weaken their witness or holiness, but rather extends to us the invitation to the same life amidst our own frailty.” In this short novel, Jamie Arpin-Ricci introduces us to the transformative story of one of the greatest saints, St. Patrick of Ireland. Expanding on the stories found in “Vulnerable Faith”, this unique novella will move and entertain you, inviting you to join him on his life altering journey. More info →
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My Creative Contemplative Journal

My Creative Contemplative Journal

What does it mean to live creatively and contemplatively? my creative, contemplative journal invites you to explore this question for yourself--with striking full-colour photographs, inspiring quotes, and plenty of room to make this journal your own. More info →
Isinglass

Isinglass

As the last vestiges of humanity wither away, survival in this new, deadly landscape demands a new kind of person, willing to stop at nothing to make it. Finding himself alone, Jacob Hamilton is forced to decide if he has what it takes to make it. Is he willing to become what he needs to become in order to survive? Confronted with these questions, Jacob aligns himself with an unexpected group of people determined to live without losing their humanity. Will their idealism prevail? Will they become lambs to the slaughter? Or will they become the very thing they despise as they desperately struggle to live. More info →
The Last Verdict

The Last Verdict

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What would you do if your child was murdered? What would you do if your child was convicted of murder? Alice Goodman has known great loss. Since the brutal murder of her daughter Madeline decades earlier, she has tirelessly fought to see the killer pay for his crime. Now, after twenty years, the day has arrived that she will witness his long-delayed execution. Will justice finally be done? Will she finally find the peace that has long eluded to her? More info →
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Spark: Igniting your God-given Creativity

Spark: Igniting your God-given Creativity

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Rediscover the joys of being created in God's image, and nurture your own creative spirit! Spark: Igniting Your God-Given Creativity thoughtfully takes you deep into the Bible and unpacks stories of God's creative Spirit at work. More info →
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Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism

Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism

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What if racial reconciliation doesn't look like what you expected? The high-profile killings of young black men and women by white police officers, and the protests and violence that ensued, have convinced many white Christians to reexamine their intuitions when it comes to race and justice. In this provocative book, theologian and blogger Drew G. I. Hart places police brutality, mass incarceration, antiblack stereotypes, poverty, and everyday acts of racism within the larger framework of white supremacy. Leading readers toward Jesus, Hart offers concrete practices for churches that seek solidarity with the oppressed and are committed to racial justice. More info →
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Spirituality with Clothes On

Spirituality with Clothes On

There is no such thing as a naked spirituality. Our spirituality is always shaped by the clothes of our experience. The quest of Spirituality with Clothes On is to acknowledge that we do wear clothes; and, by examining them, we begin to understand ourselves and accept others who are wearing different outfits. We are what we wear: we cannot separate ourselves from our gender, personality, developmental stage, family, historical background, culture, or the difficult experiences of our lives. We need to acknowledge all these things, reflect on them—and sometimes even embrace them—in order to truly become ourselves. More info →
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