Review: Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove’s The Awakening of Hope.

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 Congrats to the winners of yesterday's giveaway: Eric Murray, Noell Rathbun, Eric Forsyth, Joyce Garcia and Jim Kelly!This review is part of the Patheos Book Club conversation on Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove's The Awakening of Hope.The Awakening of Hope (Zondervan 2012) is an important book because it calls all church communities into sharing a deeper life together.  While this new book is in line with much of Jonathan's earlier work on new monasticism, its focus on practices and its carefully nuanced language describing these practices set the book up to be widely accessible t … [Read more...]

Book Giveaway – Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove’s Awakening of Hope.

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Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove's newest book The Awakening of Hope Paperback: Zondervan. is the book of of the month over at the Patheos Book Club.For more on the book, check out Tony Jones' review, and more coverage at the Patheos Book Club...Watch for our review here tomorrow and for an interview with Jonathan about the book in the next print issue of The Englewood Review of Books!Today we're giving away 3 copies of the book, 1 copy of the accompanying DVD (which features Jonathan and Shane Claiborne) and 1 book/DVD combo package!Enter to win a Free copy of this book … [Read more...]

Slow Church: The Book

Well, it is official and officially public: Chris and I just signed a contract with InterVarsity Press to write the book, Slow Church. The plan right now is to write the book over the next eight months, with a release date of mid-2013.Chris and I both have such high regard for IVP - especially its Likewise imprint, which has published some of our favorite books of the last few years, including books by Shane Claiborne and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, Jamie Arpin-Ricci, Andrew Marin, Sean Gladding, Tom Sine, Scott Bessenecker, and Mark Scandrette, among others - that we never "shopped" our … [Read more...]

CCDA Recap. (Or, May our means fit our ends).

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I spent the bulk of last week at the Christian Community Development Association’s annual conference, which was held here in Indianapolis this year.  The CCDA conference is always a great opportunity to see old friends from around the country who are engaged in good, reconciling work in their places, and I was excited to be a part of the host team for this year’s gathering. For the vast majority of the week, I was hunkered down in the CCDA bookstore, which The Englewood Review of Books ran again this year, but thanks to my brothers and sisters of Englewood Christian Church who helped in runn … [Read more...]


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