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PUBLISHED: Tuesday, November 12, 2019 by Brad Lyons

Even though he's been gone almost two thousand years, the Apostle Paul is still causing a lot of trouble  and it's not really his fault. In his new book book, Paul the Progressive?: The Compassionate Christian’s Guide to Reclaiming the Apostle as an Ally, Eric C. Smith brings a fresh interpretation of Paul's ministry, reminding us that Paul meant to be inclusive and compassionate, not alienating and shaming. read more...
PUBLISHED: Thursday, October 31, 2019 by Deborah Arca

Whether you're in the midst of losing someone you love or remembering one you've lost this All Saint's Day, author and former hospital chaplain Dana Trent offers these tips to help you cope in your season of grief, from her new book Dessert First: Preparing for Death While Savoring Life. read more...
PUBLISHED: Thursday, October 24, 2019 by Brad Lyons

Chalice Press is a fervent believer that we all have a role – an equal role – in how our faith is taught and expressed. Gender has nothing to do with the credentials one brings to a pulpit, to a committee meeting, to denominational leadership, to authoring a book. Just as we are all welcome at God’s table, we are all welcome to have our own opinions and share them accordingly, appropriately.

PUBLISHED: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 by Brad Lyons

When Arianne Braithwaite Lehn brought the proposal for Ash and Starlight to Chalice Press in partnership with Young Clergy Women International, it was the breath of fresh air we needed. It read like poetry, and it addressed subjects that our overwhelmed minds can’t always find words for. read more...
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, October 8, 2019 by Brad Lyons

The subject is often unpredictable: Violence. Gender. Race. Bullying. Mental illness. Death. Divorce. Religion. Money. And once you have a chance to think it through, you formulate that better answer, but the moment has passed. The conversation goes unspoken. And you wonder what’s going through that child’s troubled mind. When Kids Ask Hard Questions helps you get a head start on those crucial conversations

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