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PUBLISHED: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 by Brad Lyons

When you finish Healing Racial Divides, you will have a better understanding of American racism, of your congregation’s unconscious biases, and why you have your particular perceptions and misperceptions about race. You’ll be able to make better decisions about how you can bring about a world that sees beyond race – the world God calls us to create. read more...
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 by Brad Lyons

Chalice Press has many books on preaching and pastoral professional development; Preaching about Racism is a natural fit for our line. Beyond that, though, Preaching about Racism addresses racism in a way that calls pastors to muster the courage to say what needs to be said – and to say it in ways that will spark productive conversation instead of divisive anger.
 
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PUBLISHED: Monday, October 1, 2018 by Brad Lyons

Preaching as Resistance might not be the right book for your congregation or your ministry. But for those who seek a prophetic call to justice, for those who crave words of encouragement in hard times, for those who bristle when unspeakable acts are inflicted in the so-called name of faith, and for those who seek to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with our God, Preaching as Resistance may be just what you need. 

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PUBLISHED: Monday, October 1, 2018 by Deborah Arca

As I put together Preaching as Resistance, I kept running up against several recurring, unfortunate myths related to preaching and resistance. I put a list of ten together, and I’d be curious if any of you have encountered these before? And which others you’d add that I left out?

Myth 1: Preaching as resistance means you have to choose to be either prophetic or pastoral.

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PUBLISHED: Monday, September 10, 2018 by Brad Lyons

So many books on the shelf inspire us to do great things. What many of them lack is utility – strategies to make that inspiration become reality. “That was a great book; now what?” True Inclusion: Creating Communities of Radical Embrace was created to be a useful resource to answer this question: Now that our church has decided to become welcoming to everybody, regardless of what differences may exist between us... now what? 

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