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  1. Wake, Sleeper

    Bryan Parys

    Cascade / OCT 2015

    In 1987, when Bryan Parys was four years old, his father Alfred pressed record on a tape player next to his hospital bed. He began leaving messages for his wife, three children, and anyone who... read more »
  2. Visiting the Eastern Uplands

    S. Dorman

    Resource / NOV 2016

    What is it about that word? Aroostook. "The County," they call it in Maine.
    She sat in the Ohio kitchen with books spread out, having just read a word. She said the word aloud. Someone little... read more »
  3. Unarmed Empire

    Sean Palmer

    Cascade / AUG 2017

    Shunned. Condemned. Controlled.

    Describing church, believers and nonbelievers deploy stinging terms to define an imperial, culturally privileged, and powerful... read more »
  4. Twilight Time

    Susie Kaufman

    Resource / MAY 2019

    Twilight Time: Aging in Amazement is a reflection on memory, aging, and mortality in the form of a collection of short essays that travels back and forth in time. Kaufman invites the reader... read more »
  5. Twenty Years in South Africa

    Michael J. Lowis

    Resource / MAR 2017

    This book narrates the story of a young family that, in the year 1975, made the bold decision to leave the United Kingdom and seek a new life in South Africa. Although intending to stay for just a... read more »
  6. Triptych

    April Vinding

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2016

    Faith is a container that holds a match: a puzzle, a flame, a fight.

    How do we make sense of God through human relationship?
    How do the layers of experience and theology... read more »
  7. The State of Determination

    Aaron J. Nicholson

    Resource / JAN 2012

    In summer of 2008, Aaron J. Nicholson set out to complete the unthinkable: a 460-mile solo backpacking trip across the State of Oregon without resupplying food or gear. Carrying an immensely heavy... read more »
  8. The Pastor Wears a Skirt

    Dorothy J. Friesen

    Resource / MAR 2018

    Dangerous woman? Ordained by God? Gender matters!

    What do pastors really do beyond the pulpit? What’s it like to be a woman pastor?

    It’s complicated. People leave... read more »
  9. The Middle of Things

    Meghan Florian

    Cascade / JUL 2017

    In the tradition of classic essayists from Virginia Woolf to Annie Dillard, Meghan Florian combines personal narrative with careful analysis, taking the ordinary material of undramatic daily life... read more »
  10. The Meaning of These Days

    Kenneth D. Stephens

    Resource / JUL 2013

    Here is the true story of a man from India who comes to the United States to go to seminary, which he finds to be both a demanding social environment and a vigorous philosophical and theological... read more »

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