Just released by Pilgrim Press, the group reading guide makes it possible for church reading groups, Christian education classes, and other small groups to better use Glorify: Reclaiming the Heart of Progressive Christianity. To know more why your church should be … Continue reading The “Glorify” Group Reading Guide Is Here!
Glorify is a book I never meant to write. In the fall of 2014 I was taking a research seminar for my Doctor of Ministry degree. One of our assignments was to present our plans for our doctoral project. So, I … Continue reading This Book Will Not Save Your Church: Or, Why I Wrote “Glorify”
Update, June 2, 2016. The Glorify group reading guide is now available, free of charge: Glorify Reading Guide It’s been a few weeks since Glorify: Reclaiming the Heart of Progressive Christianity was released by Pilgrim Press. I’ve been so grateful to hear the initial … Continue reading “Glorify” for Groups
I’ve been eagerly anticipating this week ever since I hit “send” on the final manuscript last fall. This week Glorify: Reclaiming the Heart of Progressive Christianity is being released by Pilgrim Press. Pre-orders have already been great. Thank you to everyone … Continue reading “Glorify” Update: The Book Launches This Week!
Glorify: Reclaiming the Heart of Progressive Christianity is coming this April. As of this week it’s available for pre-order at Amazon.com. Order now, and you’ll receive a copy as soon as it’s released: http://www.amazon.com/Glorify-Reclaiming-Heart-Progressive-Christianity/dp/0829820299/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1453486699&sr=1-1&keywords=glorify+emily+heath Continue reading Glorify: Now Available for Pre-Order on Amazon!
I keep telling myself that it shouldn’t matter. So long as a good message is getting out there, why does it matter who gets the credit? And in a time when the state of Indiana has passed a law that … Continue reading The Religious Liberty Quiz, and Why Crediting Original Writers Matters
Last Sunday most of you were here for Easter. We had an uplifting service celebrating faith in Christ and in the resurrection. We read together the story of how Christ rose again, and appeared to those he love, and how the message that God’s love still lived began to spread. It’s hard to leave church on Easter morning and not feel some sense of joy, and some sense of faith. I leave Easter services, like Christmas services, on a sort of “faith high”. But we sometimes forget that the first disciples experienced that first Easter a little differently. There were … Continue reading Second Time Around: A sermon on Doubting Thomas for April 7, 2013