Following the Path is a collection of candid observations from women who are enhancing the global mission of the church. These trailblazing women share hearfelt experiences relating to gender issues, diversity and isolation while pursuing advanced degrees in theology and religious studies. Their journeys are also marked with moments of joy, satisfaction and celebration!
Sponsored by The United Methodist General Board of Higher Education and Ministry
Author: Roy I. Sano
Is The United Methodist CHurch a truly inclusive, pluralistic institution? According to Roy I. Sano, the church still has a "long way to go." But in this important book, he outlines what the UMC can do in order to live up to the biblical ethic of human dignity.
Listen to others share their faith stories. Story Tellers: Janet Wolf, James Cone, Marshall Meyer. Topics: when people harm you, letting God's love, cultural barriers, overcoming our differences and living in harmony. Includes study guide.
Listen to others share their faith stories. Story Tellers: Tony Campolo, Kathleen Norris, Walter Wink, Janet Wolf. Topics: God does weird things, when people behave unexpectedly, coincidence or God, welcoming outsiders in. Includes study guide.
Author: C. Michael Hawn
C. Michael hawn has been on the faculty of Perkins School of Theology, Southen Methodist University, since 1992 in the areas of church music and worship. He previously taught at two Baptist seminaries and served as a church musicial in congregations throughout the south. He has published over80 articles and two collections of congregational songs.
Author: Turney, Kelly, Ed.
A collection of justice-oriented worship resources including essays, sermons, liturgies and hymns from 10 denominations. A diversity of voices and a study guide help to explore a theology that affirms the diversity of human sexuality and the worship implications of God's incarnation in the world.
Author: Law, Eric H.F.
Handbook for multicultural leadership. Using a combination of theology and cultural anthropology, explores why certain cultures (most notably whites of Northern European origin) tend, consciously or unconsciously, to dominate in multicultural situations, driving those of other races and ethnic groups to silent rage or outright rebellion.