• The 1662 Book of Common Prayer
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    The 1662 Book of Common Prayer

    International Edition

    Edited by Samuel L. Bray and Drew N. Keane

    The Book of Common Prayer (1662) is one of the most beloved liturgical texts in the Christian church. But the classic text presents several difficulties for contemporary users, especially those outside the Church of England. This new international edition gently updates the text for contemporary use, with obscure phrases revised and treasured prayers from later Anglican tradition appended.

  • Prayer in the Night
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    Prayer in the Night

    For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep

    by Tish Harrison Warren

    How can we trust God in the dark? Framed around a nighttime prayer of Compline, Tish Harrison Warren explores human vulnerability, suffering, and God's seeming absence as she recalls her own experience navigating a time of doubt and loss. This book offers a prayerful and frank approach to the difficulties in our ordinary lives at work, at home, and in a world filled with uncertainty.

  • Hurting Yet Whole
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    Hurting Yet Whole

    Reconciling Body and Spirit in Chronic Pain and Illness

    by Liuan Huska

    What is healing when our bodies suffer chronic illness? As Liuan Huska went through years of chronic pain, she questioned how the Christian story speaks to our experiences of pain and illness. Countering a gnosticism that pits body against spirit, Huska helps us redefine what it means to find healing and wholeness, even in the midst of ongoing pain.

  • Wait with Me
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    Wait with Me

    Meeting God in Loneliness

    by Jason Gaboury

    Jason Gaboury has wrestled with loneliness ever since he can remember. But when he was challenged to see loneliness as a context for friendship with God, things began to change. In these pages God invites you to stop and wait with him in your own moments of isolation and anxiety, journeying from loneliness into a deeper life with God.

  • Soul Care in African American Practice
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    Soul Care in African American Practice

    by Barbara L. Peacock

    Spiritual director and pastor Barbara Peacock illustrates how the practices of spiritual formation are woven into African American culture and lived out in the rich heritage of its faith community. Using the examples of ten significant men and women, Barbara helps us engage in practices of soul care as we learn from these spiritual leaders.

  • Life Questions Every Student Asks
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    Life Questions Every Student Asks

    Faithful Responses to Common Issues

    Edited by Gary M. Burge and David Lauber
    Foreword by Mary S. Hulst

    Every student asks questions about life beyond the classroom—how can I discern my vocation? How should I understand marriage and sex? What happens if I doubt my faith? To help students navigate these life questions, Gary M. Burge and David Lauber have gathered insights from Christian faculty who draw on their own conversations with students during office hours and over coffee.

  • The Way Up Is Down
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    The Way Up Is Down

    Becoming Yourself by Forgetting Yourself

    by Marlena Graves

    For writer, professor, and activist Marlena Graves, formation and justice always intertwine on the path to a balanced life of both action and contemplation. Drawing on the rich traditions of Eastern and Western Christian saints, she describes the process of emptying herself that allows her to move upward toward God and become the true self that God calls her to.

  • Be Kind to Yourself
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    Be Kind to Yourself

    Releasing Frustrations and Embracing Joy

    by Cindy Bunch
    Foreword by Ruth Haley Barton

    It's easy to let self-criticism become our default setting. But as we learn to pay attention to what bugs us and identify negative thinking, we can lean into the things that bring us joy. Filled with spiritual practices and creative exercises, this book from spiritual director Cindy Bunch calls us to self-care through greater compassion for ourselves.

  • The Seamless Life
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    The Seamless Life

    A Tapestry of Love and Learning, Worship and Work

    by Steven Garber

    What if we began to see all we are and all we do—our work, our play, our relationships, our worship, our loves—as significant to God and to what God is doing in the world? In these essays Steven Garber challenges us to move beyond our fragmented sense of reality to an understanding of the seamless life—recognizing the hand of God and the handiwork of God right in the middle of our ordinary lives.

  • An Unhurried Life
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    An Unhurried Life

    Following Jesus' Rhythms of Work and Rest

    by Alan Fadling

    How do we find balance between our sense of calling and the call to rest? Spiritual director and "recovering speed addict" Alan Fadling leads readers in a meditation on the unhurried life. Following Jesus' earthly life, this revised edition from Fadling shows how the work of "unhurrying" ourselves is central to our spiritual development.

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