June Books to Consider

June Books to Consider

June Books to Consider Here are a few recent books to consider if you want to expand your Christian discipleship by going deeper in the area of racial justice: Austin Channing Brown, I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness (Convergent Books, 2018)....
November Book Reviews

November Book Reviews

November Book Reviews TWO NEW BOOKS WORTH READING Neighboring  by Jorge Acevedo (Abingdon 2019) helps us to see neighboring as a spiritual practice, something we can do every day, just like prayer and Bible reading. It provides biblical, theological, and...

September Book Reviews

Two Books to Consider As I prepare to preach at this year’s District Conference, I have been delving deeply into the Book of First Corinthians. Out of the numerous commentaries I have consulted, two that I have found particularly helpful and insightful are: First...
August Book Reviews

August Book Reviews

Two Books to Ponder On the recommendation of Bishop Weaver to the Cabinet, I have been re-reading Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Life Together. There is tremendous insight and wisdom, much of which is apropos to our current circumstances, though the book was first translated...
Some Books to Consider

Some Books to Consider

Some Books to Consider I have three books that I would like to recommend for some of you this month. Andrew Root has written a thoughtful analysis of how churches can obsess with the need to be youthful, and the dangers that such an obsession poses for lifelong faith...
Three Books for Your Consideration

Three Books for Your Consideration

I offer three books for your consideration, two biographies of famous Methodists and one search for meaning that I think will connect with many. Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David Blight (Simon and Schuster, 2018) was recently awarded the Pulitzer...