Do you struggle to relate to the Bible?
In One Day I Wrote Back, Herring leads you to talk back to those scripture passages you don’t understand. Ask questions, explore your life, plead, praise, and ponder.
Timeless Wisdom on Prayer
In this expanded and updated version of evangelist E. Stanley Jones’s best seller, you will find:
- • What prayer really is
- • How to create an environment for prayer
- • 9 steps of prayer
- • 11 prayers E. Stanley Jones prayed
- • A brief biography of Jones
- • Tips for keeping a spiritual journal
“A treasure trove of personal stories, fresh ideas, good theology in everyday language, and prayers for all occasions. I am so inspired by Jenny’s desire to grow praying kids who believe with all their hearts that God hears and answers.”
—Andi Ashworth, author of Real Love for Real Life: The Art and Work of Caring
Editor-in-chief of the Art House America blog
A valuable resource to help parents and grandparents nurture children’s faith
“Whatever your family looks like, Passing It On makes room for you to foster and record your shared wisdom intergenerationally. As a practical theologian, I thank Oliver for this invitation into practicing the formation that is already happening with more engagement, encouragement, and delight.”
—Melinda McGarrah Sharp, PhD
Author of Misunderstanding Stories: Toward a Postcolonial Pastoral Theology
In this collection of 20 heartfelt meditations, Missy Buchanan provides compassionate insight into two generations — adult children and their aging parents — as they struggle with the fears and frustrations of aging.
Encouraging devotions that will help grieving women find strength, comfort, and healing
Drawing from scripture, a wide range of literature, and her own experience, Nell Noonan has created a wonderful collection of devotions
that are sure to be a comfort to those in the midst of grief.
—Rev. Carol Gregg
Pastor, The Congregation at Duke University Chapel
Durham, North Carolina
Another Bead, Another Prayer is the second in Vincent’s series for Protestants about prayer beads and their role in spiritual formation and religious devotion. Even the complete novice will find here not only the prayers appointed to each set of beads but also, and blessedly, easy-to-follow, deeply pastoral guidance into both the practice and the prayers. —Phyllis Tickle
See the first book in the series, A Bead and a Prayer.
After I finish eating the rest of my lunch—most days a salad and a handful of walnuts—I take the large red and green Honeycrisp apple from my daughter’s old preschool bag that became my lunch bag, sit down on the small sofa in my office, and enjoy. read more
From our blog, “Hopeful Waiting” http://books.upperroom.org/2015/11/23/hopeful-waiting/
What if I took seriously the invitation of Advent to watch and wait for the coming of Christ? Sally Langford addresses hopeful waiting for the coming of the Lord.
Read more on our blog at books.upperroom.org.