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Love (Putnam) by Matt de la Pena, author of Last Stop on Market Street (Putnam, 2015), depicts ways we experience this universal bond. In I am Loved (Athenuem), Ashley Bryan illustrates twelve poems by Nikki Giovanni. The New York Times reviews Picture Books about Kindness, Compassion and Peace in a Turbulent World.
With a foreword by William A. Barber II, How to Preach a Dangerous Sermon (Abingdon) by Frank A. Thomas explores preaching with moral imagination. Thomas is the author of Introduction to the Practice of African American Preaching (Abingdon, 2016).
Peter Enns, host of The Bible for Normal People podcast, will speak in the Faith & Life Lecture Series February 1. The Work of the People features Enns in 7 Films on the Bible. He offers curriculum for children and adults.
Can These Bones, a Faith & Leadership podcast, interviews Amy Butler, Almeda M. Wright, and others. Transform Network lists 8 Podcasts to Inspire Your Spiritual Activism in 2018.
We’ll keep updating this post on New and Notable Resources for Lent.
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