Mennonite Central Committee
|Third Way Allegiance: Christian Witness in the Shadow of Religious Empire||View|
|by Trip York|
paperback, 124 pages, $12.95|
|In this collection of essays, Tripp York makes the case that both nations and the church require total allegiance and that Christians should choose Christ over state. |
Copyright 2011 Cascadia Publishing House
|Thank You For Asking: Conversing with Young Adults about the Future Church||View|
|by Sarah Wenger Shenk|
paperback, 200 pages, $14.95|
|This is a book of stories-the stories of young adults as told to
other young adults who are working hard with imagination, longing and
love to weave a coherent faith and way of life. The stories provide
exemplary illustrations of how young adults are drawing vibrant threads
from the wonderful, but somewhat frayed heritage they've been given and
weaving them into a new coherency. They show the way toward a future
church that will be authentic, down-to-earth, and life giving for their
The young adults in this book invite pastors, parents,
and friends into a potentially transformative dialogue about the
stories and practices we use to make sense of our world and to form a
way of life. The work young adults do is challenging work, often
lonely work; but when done in the company of loved and respected
others, it is the heart and soul of what makes life good. As we enter
into genuine conversation with t he questions and visions of young
adults, our faith communities will be transformed.
|Living Unplugged: Young Adults, Faith, and the Uncommon Life||View|
by Pam Peters-Pries|
144 pages, $10.95
|How does one navigate the uncharted territory of young adulthood?
How can we cope with this generation's simultaneously unprecedented hope
and despair, opportunities and limitations? How can young adults remain
true to their faith in an increasingly secular world? Pam Peters-Pries
leads a thoughtful exploration of the issues related to living an
"uncommon" Anabaptist young adult life.|| |
|Decide for Peace||View|
by Eddy Hall|
37 pages, $6.95
|Written for personal reflection, mentoring, or group study, Decide for Peace
will help youth and young adults consider the question of conscientious
ojection to war. Students explore key Bible passages to consider the causes for
war, if war can be just, and whether Christians should always obey their
governments. The finaly session helps individuals define their personal
beliefs. Through a process of Bible study, reflection, and prayer, an
individual can work through this book in 8 sessions of about 30 minutes each.
The leader's guide at the back of the book outlines activities for four group
sessions of about 45-50 minutes each.|| |
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