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What Makes You Come Alive: A Spiritual Walk with Howard Thurman

Brown’s vibrant portrait is sure to pique curiosity into Thurman’s writings and open meaningful conversation about what the relationship between spirituality and social action can be today.

Hope Leans Forward: Braving Your Way Toward Simplicity, Awakening, and Peace

Each beautiful chapter develops a topic drawn from Buddhist thought, followed by a section born from interviews with contemporary practitioners and activists, a mindfulness exercise, and a concluding set of reflective queries in the Quaker style. Perfect for those who want to progress on their spiritual journey.

Unruly Saint: Dorothy Day’s Radical Vision and its Challenge for Our Times

This is best for readers who already have knowledge about Day and her work.

The Embodied Path: Telling the Story of Your Body for Healing and Wholeness

Overall, this is a book that encourages compassion and kindness for all bodies, which isn’t ever a bad thing.

In a Land of Awe: Finding Reverence in the Search for Wild Horses

Highly recommended for public libraries and lower-level undergraduate academic ones.

The God Who Riots: Taking Back the Radical Jesus

Tackling issues often charged with high emotions, Garcia offers a guide to social change with an accessible and easy-to-understood model. Suited for readers interested in religious studies and social justice.

In Transit: Being Non-Binary in a World of Dichotomies

Allies new and old will discover this book fills the gaps in the current conversations about trans people and communities.

Flip It Like This!

Some conservative churchgoers might protest that they are being misrepresented by Hayward’s comics. However, pastors, readers sympathetic to a broader Christianity, and many people who have been hurt or excluded by conservative Christianity will recognize the ring of truth and find a hilarious, brutally honest ally in Hayward and his work.

The Sandbox Revolution: Raising Kids for a Just World

The range of narrators is representative and inclusive; their perspectives and expertise add value to this work, which is sure to be of ongoing interest.

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