Englewood Books Reviews Down We Go

Posted in: Book Reviews- Aug 18, 2011 2 Comments

by Warren Hicks, Englewood Books Reviewer Kathy Escobar, co-pastor of The Refuge, a missional church community in the Denver area offers here a primer (I know, it’s an old fashioned word) about how communities of faith can engage in practices that replicate the “downward mobility” that Jesus modeled in his life and ministry.   This […]

Uncensored Prayer Book Review

Posted in: Book Reviews- Jul 27, 2011 No Comments

From Katie Kennedy We’re always being told that there is a right way and a wrong way to do faith and religion. But Joy Wilson breaks down those barriers in her book, Uncensored Prayer, inviting readers to look at, and experience, prayer a different way. She encourages us to leave the mantras and censored relationships […]

Review of The Practice of Love

Posted in: Book Reviews, Community Projects- Jun 02, 2011 No Comments

Steve Palm-Houser at the Examiner, offers up a wonderful book review of The Practice of Love.  In it, Steve writes: “The rabbi Jesus had little time or patience for theological abstractions and debates over fine points of the moral law. What mattered most to Jesus was the practical, on-the-ground, day-to-day living out of the two […]