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  • Best Christmas Gift Books on Faith and Spirituality
    November 18, 2020

    Best Books for Christmas 2020: A Holiday Gift Guide

    This Christmas season, we’ve got the perfect book gift for everyone on your list! From activists to armchair travelers, from parents to teachers, from faith leaders to skeptics, Chalice Press has the book to uplift, inspire, and encourage family, friends,...

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  • Why We’re Publishing "Wellsprings of Hope"
    October 15, 2020

    Why We’re Publishing "Wellsprings of Hope"

    They will enter Zion with singing;     everlasting joy will crown their heads. Gladness and joy will overtake them,     and sorrow and sighing will flee away. –Isaiah 35: 10 (New International Version)  In October 2019, Rick Lowery...

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  • Why We're Publishing "You Can't Ask That"
    October 5, 2020

    Why We're Publishing "You Can't Ask That"

    If Christians can agree on one thing, it’s that we agree to disagree. A lot. The next time you’re driving around town, count how many different kinds of churches there are in your community. I could start listing them, but...

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  • Talking to Kids about Racism
    September 24, 2020

    Talking to Kids about Racism

    In the crucial work to name and eradicate racism in our country, we offer these two excerpts on how to engage children and teens around racial injustice. Both excerpts are from When Kids Ask Hard Questions: Faith-filled Responses to Tough Topics.Engaging Kids about...

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  • 5 Ways to Find Common Ground this Election Season
    September 16, 2020

    5 Ways to Find Common Ground this Election Season

    It happens from time to time—often unexpectedly. I call it “The Phil Situation.” You’re at a neighborhood Labor Day barbeque, or a company Holiday party, or a family reunion with distant kin from Enid you didn’t know you had—when, all...

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