MWND - Great Read
FINDING A HAPPY MEDIUM
By: Rev. Janette Jones
Rev. Janette Jones has released yet another incredible inspirational work of fiction titled "Finding a Happy Medium" the Sequel. Finding a Happy Medium is the sequel to her first book "Cloudy Witness". The sequel picks up where Cloudy Witness, left off!
In a chaotic world, 'finding a happy medium' between paranormal invasions of the biblical-kind and the sanity for seven mortals is a daily occurrence in ways never deemed feasible.
For a personally signed copy by the author, please visit jusjan.com, author's website and click Store. Please take time to read rave reviews! Books may also be purchased through amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and other fine online book outlets.
The Color of Law
By: Richard Rothstein
This is a book written about the disturbing history of residential segregation in America a forgotten history of how our Government segregated America. Racial segregation does not just happen; it is made. The Color of Law discloses why segregation has persisted, even deepened, in the post-civil rights era, and thoughtfully proposes how remedies might be pursued.
This book may be purchased:
Barnes and Noble/Amazon ISBN 978-1-63149-453-6
Rev. Dr. Mark A. Smith
"Inspired, Not Retired: Leadership Lessons from Father to Son"
By Dr. Burl W. Randolph, Jr.
Submitted by: The Rev. Teresa Ambler
The link below is a short video of the Book and Author
Leaders are developed over time and with great care. Because leaders are not developed overnight, Inspired, Not Retired examines the leadership lessons a highly successful executive leader learned from his father, applied throughout his life, and took into a successful military retirement.
"Opening the Field of Practical Theology"
By Kathleen A. Cahalan and Gordon S. Mikoski
Submitted by: The Rev. Veronica Johnson
Opening the Field of Practical Theology introduces students to practical theology through an examination of fifteen different approaches - ranging from feminist to liberationist, Roman, Catholic to evangelical, Asian American to Latino/a/Afican American.
"The Circle Maker/Expanded Edition"
By Mark Batterson
Submitted by: The Rev. May E. Hall
The Circle Maker will help you improve your prayer life. According to Pastor Mark Batterson in this edition, drawing prayer circles around our dreams isn't just a mechanism whereby we accomplish great things for God, it is a mechanism whereby God accomplished great things in us. Sharing inspiring stories from his own experiences as a circle maker, the author helps you uncover your heart's deepest desires and to unleash your God given dreams through the kind of audacious prayer that God delights to answer.
Three Vital Practices for Thriving in a Decade of Accelerating Change
By Tom Sine and Dwight J. Friesen
Submitted by: Rev. Andrew Rollins
2020s Foresight: Three Vital Practices for Thriving in a Decade of Accelerating Change", coauthored by Tom Sine and Dwight J. Friesen, is a must read for those engaged in ministry during these challenging times. God has called us to ministry in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, social and racial unrest, economic collapse, and cultural metamorphosis. 2020s Foresight is a manual on dealing with these times. The book instructs on how to navigate through the dizzying speed of change in which we are living and points the way to be more innovative in meeting the demands of ministry in this apocalyptic and transformative era.
I purchased the book through amazon.com. It can also be purchased on other platforms including barnesandnoble.com, cokebury.com, jstor.org, and target.com.
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