What do the following compelling titles have in common? We'll be reading and discussing them starting this fall as we launch the Episcopal Peace Fellowship Peacebuilder's Book Club. Join us: learn and connect with other justice-minded disciples as we explore living into non-violence and peace.
Third Saturday each month at 3:00 pm Eastern.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
(Note: this is not the same as our Peacebuilding Online Series!
This is a separate, more informal time for sharing our own wisdom and insight.)
Rosalind Hughes, Whom Shall I Fear? (led by the author on September 18, 2021)
Martha Nussbaum, The New Religious Intolerance (led by Dan Edwards on October 16, 2021)
Scott Bader-Saye, Following Jesus In A Culture Of Fear (led by Lyndon Shakespeare on November 20, 2021)
Howard Thurman, Jesus & the Disinherited (led by Bob Lotz in December, 2021)
Isabel Wilkerson, Caste (led by Harry Gunkel in January, 2022)
Arthur C. Brooks, Love Your Enemies (led by Bryan Hinson in February, 2022)
Valarie Kaur, See No Stranger (led by Mike Wallens in March, 2022)
Amanda Henderson, Holy Chaos (led by the author in April, 2022)
Nelson Mandela, Long Walk To Freedom (led by Rob Burgess in May, 2022)
Lisa Schirch, The Little Book of Strategic Peacebuilding (led by Randy Heyn-Lamb in July, 2022)
Resmaa Menakhem, My Grandmother’s Hands (led by Shannon MacVean-Brown)
Walter Wink, Jesus & Nonviolence: A Third Way (led by Janet Chisholm)
Krister Stendahl, The Roots of Violence
Michael Nagler, The Third Harmony: Non-Violence and the New Story of Human Nature (led by Chris Sabas)
Patricia Raybon, My First White Friend
Mohandas Gandhi, Pathways to Nonviolent Resistance
John Dear, The Nonviolent Life (led by Cody Maynus)
John Lederach, The Moral Imagination (led by Richard Wineland)
Michael Battle, Reconciliation: The Ubuntu Theology Of Desmund Tutu (led by Kathy McGregor)
Joyce Penfield, Before you Die, Plant a Tree (led by the author)
Vandana Shiva, One Earth, One Humanity Vs The 1%
Arlie Russell Hochschild, Strangers In Their Own Land (Christy Close Erskine)
Coline Covington, For Goodness Sake