My Next Book…

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Publishers Weekly offers this first review of my upcoming book, Finding Our Way Again. This book was a pleasure to write, and I hope it will be of help to a wide range of readers.

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Not to be missed!

Diana Butler Bass has written the best reflection I've seen regarding the flap over Barack Obama's former pastor's sermon ... spread the word on this one.

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Bread, anyone?

Here's a link to the new Bread for the World podcast which features Everything Must Change ...

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An encouraging note

A reader recently sent this note ...

"First and foremost I want to thank you for ... being an effective instrument in [God's] hands. I have been a comitted christian for 18 years. Two years ago I knew the denominational doctrines and traditions were needing change due to suffication from mediocrity. I just finished "The story we find ourselves in"....wow! I read "A new kind of christian" last month....wow! You verbalized what my heart was yearning, but my brain couldn't quite put my finger on it. ... when you said that good is better than perfect and explained, a huge burden was lifted from my shoulders. Thanks!!"

The trilogy will be released soon in paperback, by the way.

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Headlines and EMC

If you read today's headlines in light of the four-crisis model from EMC, you'll notice things like this:
Prosperity Crisis (Planet): Melting Glaciers
The latest news about glacial melting is not good, further evidence for our need for the kind of "deep shift" and far-reaching change Tony Blair is calling for.
Equity Crisis (Poverty): Darfur
Those who aren't part of the "prosperity system" fall farther and farther behind.
Security Crisis (Peace): Tribal violence
There's trouble in Western Congo as well as Eastern Congo.
Spirituality Crisis (Purpose/Framing Story): Muslim-Christian tension
Those who kidnapped and killed Archbishop Rahho in Iraq were playing out religiously baptized framing stories of revenge.

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