Don’t Just HAVE a Faith…. LIVE Your Faith
How do you live your faith?
Chalice Press titles can help you transform your church, home, and spiritual life. These selected titles help you live your faith through your politics, your family, and your observation of Sabbath.
Live Your Faith through Your Politics
A New Evangelical Manifesto: A Kingdom Vision for the Common Good edited by David P. Gushee
Written by authors, theologians, and instructors affiliated with the The New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good (NEP), A New Evangelical Manifesto discusses many “hot button” issues such as human trafficking, healthcare, race, abortion, nuclear weapons, war, global poverty, Christianity, the church, and theology.
Contributors: Brian McLaren, Steven Martin, Cheryl Bridges Johns, Richard Cizik,Paul Markham, Glen Harold Stassen, Jennifer Crumpton, Andi Thomas Sullivan,Rick Love, Lisa Sharon Harper, Laura Rector, Scott Claybrook, Adam Phillips, Timothy W. Floyd, Paul Alexander,Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, Jim Ball, Charlie Camosy, and David P. Gushee
Split Ticket: Independent Faith in a Time of Partisan Politics edited by Amy Gopp, Brandon Gilvin, and Christian Piatt
“Split Ticket is one more sign of a new conversation in post-religious-right-America…moving beyond the old camps, stale debates, and empty rhetoric. It is time for a new political imagination—enough donkeys and elephants— long live the Lamb.”
-Shane Claiborne, author of Jesus for President
Live Your Faith through Your Family
PregMANcy is an honest and humorous memoir looking at the changes author Christian Piatt experiences with his wife and son when they learn they’re expecting their second child — an unplanned pregnancy.
“Christian Piatt’s book is a bit like a baby itself: It’s surprising, funny, lovable, and just a little bit gross.”
-A.J. Jacobs, author of The Year of Living Biblically
Any Day a Beautiful Change: A Story of Faith and Family by Katherine Willis Pershey
“With theological depth and insight, Pershey struggles with the passions of life, the heartbreaks of relationship, the worries of parenting, and the truths of vocation. Through all the twists and turns of her emerging marriage, ministry, and motherhood, she leads us to glimpses of reconciliation and wholeness.”
— Carol Howard Merritt, pastor and author of Tribal Church
Live Your Faith through Your Observation of Sabbath
Sabbath in the Suburbs: A Family’s Experiment with Holy Time by MaryAnn McKibben Dana
“Sabbath In the Suburbs is the beautiful story of one family’s decision to spend a year exploring the meaning of keeping Sabbath. It is a powerful affirmation of living a life that does not just manage time, but embraces the moment. MaryAnn McKibben Dana writes with elegance, clarity and humor about the family’s search for a creative and workable Sabbath framework, while pondering the transformative and restorative quality of rest. It is a luminous reflection with deep resonance in our culture of perpetual motion.”
-Carrie Newcomer, musician, performer, Grammy Award-winning songwriter
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