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PUBLISHED: Thursday, March 7, 2019 by Brad Lyons

Odds are, you’re in a congregation that could use a little… something. What that something is, you may not have figured out yet. And you may not be able to figure it out on your own, and that’s OK. When you’re enmeshed in congregational life, it can be hard to figure out what needs freshening up or outright remodeling. Regardless of the change needed, that change starts with congregational leaders thinking differently. Piloting Church will help you get that process off the ground.

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PUBLISHED: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 by Brad Lyons

In Outlandish, author Derek Penwell tears down the mythology of the staid, white-bread Jesus that has ruled the Evangelical scene in the past few decades, then rebuilds Jesus’ life into a ministry that had no business being successful, let alone creating the faith with two billion followers around the world. And he does in a snarky way that makes you laugh as you ponder what exactly to make of this Jesus everybody’s talking about.

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PUBLISHED: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 by Brad Lyons

99 Prayers Your Church Needs [But Doesn’t Know It Yet] is, on the surface, a prayer book. But it goes deeper. It's a reflection of the life of a congregation, the life of a minister, and the society in which we live. read more...
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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