• From Burned Out to Beloved
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    From Burned Out to Beloved

    Soul Care for Wounded Healers

    by Bethany Dearborn Hiser

    As a social worker, jail chaplain, and justice advocate, Bethany Dearborn Hiser pushed herself to the brink of burnout—only to discover that she needed the very soul care she was providing to others. Tackling the effects of secondary trauma and burnout, this is a trauma-informed soul care guide for Christians working in high-stress, helping professions.

  • Uncommon Church
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    Uncommon Church

    Community Transformation for the Common Good

    by Alvin Sanders
    Foreword by Efrem Smith

    In urban ministry, Christians too often treat the poor as goodwill projects instead of people. How can the people of God develop healthy, local, urban churches that will seek the common good of their communities? In this essential resource, Alvin Sanders engages hard truths about urban neighborhoods and provides a model for how to do ministry in difficult conditions.

  • The Beautiful Community
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    The Beautiful Community

    Unity, Diversity, and the Church at Its Best

    by Irwyn L. Ince Jr.
    Foreword by Timothy Keller

    The church is at its best when it pursues the biblical value of unity in diversity. Pastor and theologian Irwyn Ince boldly unpacks the reasons for our divisions while gently guiding us toward our true hope for wholeness and reconciliation. To heal our fractured humanity, we must cultivate spiritual practices that help us pursue beautiful community.

  • Beyond Hashtag Activism
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    Beyond Hashtag Activism

    Comprehensive Justice in a Complicated Age

    by Mae Elise Cannon

    The world is not as God intends it to be. But complex problems warrant more attention than quick posts on social media. How can we actually make a difference? Helping us accomplish change through a range of strategic avenues, activist Mae Elise Cannon shows us how to channel our passions to care effectively for our neighbor and the world.

  • Is Christianity the White Man's Religion?
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    Is Christianity the White Man's Religion?

    How the Bible Is Good News for People of Color

    by Antipas L. Harris

    Biblical Christianity is not just for white Westerners—it's good news for all of us. Theologian and community activist Antipas L. Harris responds to young Americans who struggle with the perception that Christianity is detached from matters of justice, identity, and culture, affirming that the Bible promotes equality for all people.

  • Including the Stranger
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    Including the Stranger

    Foreigners in the Former Prophets

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by David G. Firth
    Series Editor D. A. Carson

    The Old Testament, particularly the Former Prophets, has been regarded as having a negative attitude towards foreigners. In this NSBT volume, David Firth argues that the Former Prophets subvert the exclusivist approach in order to show that the people of God are not defined by ethnicity but rather by their willingness to commit themselves to the purposes of Yahweh.

  • Healing Racial Trauma
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    Healing Racial Trauma

    The Road to Resilience

    by Sheila Wise Rowe
    Foreword by Soong-Chan Rah

    People of color have endured traumatic histories and almost daily assaults on their dignity. Professional counselor Sheila Wise Rowe exposes the symptoms of racial trauma to lead readers to a place of freedom from the past and new life for the future. With Rowe as a reliable guide who has both been on the journey and shown others the way forward, you will find a safe pathway to resilience.

  • A Big Gospel in Small Places
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    A Big Gospel in Small Places

    Why Ministry in Forgotten Communities Matters

    by Stephen Witmer
    Foreword by Raymond C Ortlund, Jr.

    Christian ministries increasingly prioritize urban areas—big cities and suburbs are considered more strategic, more influential, and more desirable places to live and work. As a ministry strategy, focusing on big places makes sense. But the gospel of Jesus is often unstrategic. Pastor Stephen Witmer, using helpful stories and practical advice, lays out an integrated theological vision for small-place ministry today.

  • I See You
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    I See You

    How Love Opens Our Eyes to Invisible People

    by Terence Lester
    Foreword by Dave Gibbons

    It can be easy to overlook the poor and homeless. But truly seeing leads us to act with compassion and justice. Sharing personal encounters and real-life stories, Terence Lester calls us to see the invisible people around us through God's eyes, restoring their dignity and helping them flourish. And when we recognize our own inner spiritual poverty, we have greater empathy for others, no matter their circumstances.

  • Together for the City
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    Together for the City

    How Collaborative Church Planting Leads to Citywide Movements

    by Neil Powell and John James
    Foreword by Timothy Keller

    We need a bigger vision for the city. Pastors Neil Powell and John James contend that to truly transform a city, the gospel compels us to create localized, collaborative church planting movements. The more willing we are to collaborate across denominations and networks, the more effectively we will reach our communities—whatever their size—for Jesus.

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