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  • Who Moved My Neighborhood?
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    Who Moved My Neighborhood?

    Leading Congregations Through Gentrification and Economic Change

    by Mark E. Strong
    Foreword by Harold Calvin Ray

    Neighborhoods are moving. While offering opportunities for some, gentrification can be a vastly different experience for long-time residents and neighborhood churches. As a pastor who led his church through its own moved neighborhood in Portland, Mark Strong gives insight to churches that need to heal from the wounds of gentrification and revamp their mission amidst an uncertain future.

  • Buried Talents
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    Buried Talents

    Overcoming Gendered Socialization to Answer God's Call

    by Susan Harris Howell
    Foreword by Mimi Haddad

    If God calls women to lead, what holds them back? Using social science research and interviews, Susan Harris Howell examines how gendered messages inside and outside the church pull men toward leadership and women away from it. As opportunities for women continue to expand, Howell provides compelling guidance for how we can remove obstacles that keep women from fully using their gifts.

  • Turning Donors into Partners
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    Turning Donors into Partners

    Principles for Fundraising You'll Actually Enjoy

    by Brad Layland
    Foreword by Tom Lin

    Fundraising can be one of the most stressful parts of ministry. Professional fundraiser Brad Layland transforms fundraising into a relational process where donors truly become partners in ministry. Fundraising is best done in community–this book will help you find a community of people who enjoy giving and want your organization to succeed.

  • In many ways, academic publishing is its own world, especially when it comes to writing for scholarly journals. Often colleges and universities provide mentors for new faculty seeking to advance professionally, guiding them in the ways of publishing. Nonetheless, professors often make simple mistakes when it came to book publishing. Here are a few tips for smoothing the way to a contract from editor and author Andy Le Peau.

  • With the July 27 release of Belonging IVP's newest LifeGuide Bible Study by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship staff member Deborah Meyer Abbs, the press continues its yearlong 75th anniversary celebration by telling the story of its history as a publisher and leader in Bible study.

  • Broke
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    Broke

    What Financial Desperation Revealed about God's Abundance

    by Caryn Rivadeneira

    In the midst of a financial and spiritual desert, Caryn Rivadeneira struggled with questions of God's goodness. Join in her journey as she pursues God even when bruised, battered and broken, and you'll laugh and cry with her as she experiences spiritual blessing and discovers God's provision in ways she never expected.

  • Emmanuel Kolini
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    Emmanuel Kolini

    The Unlikely Archbishop of Rwanda

    by Mary Weeks Millard

    Mary Weeks Millard tells the story of how a child of Tutsi refugees became a leader in the global Anglican communion--Emmanuel Kolini, the unlikely archbishop of Rwanda.

  • The Wedge of Truth
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    The Wedge of Truth

    Splitting the Foundations of Naturalism

    by Phillip E. Johnson
    Foreword by Dallas Willard

    Phillip E. Johnson highlights the deficiencies in science and the philosophy (naturalism) that undergirds and outlines a cognitive revolution.