RHM Weekly News Update

 

Learning to Listen to Someone Else’s Truth

 

“Someone else’s truth is unrecognizable to us. In that very place, a humble posture of listening becomes important as we labor to transform our world into a safer, more just, more compassionate home for us all . . . As we each listen to the stories of those whose experience differs from our own, we can learn to build communities where each person receives what is necessary for them to thrive and develop into the best version of themselves that they can be.”

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Liking Jesus, But Not Christianity

 

“If today you find yourself resonating with Jesus’s socio-political-economic teachings, but out of step with most things Christian or religious, you are not alone. You’re in the right story . . . ”

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Book of the Month for July 2019

 

Said I Wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody: The Making of a Black Theologian
By James H. Cone

I have a tremendous amount of respect and gratitude for the late Dr. James H. Cone. His work has deeply impacted my own journey and understanding. He is widely regarded as the “father of Black Theology”—his own synthesis of Gospel message embodied by Martin Luther King, Jr., and the black pride of Malcolm X. Next year marks the 50th anniversary of his first book, Black Theology and Black Power.

This book tells his story. This new work is truly the capstone to that career, showing how he was compelled by events to articulate this theology, how it led to his career at Union and his succession of books—along the way learning from his critics, his students, and the ongoing challenge of his principal models—King, Malcolm X, and James Baldwin.

This month’s book comes with our highest recommendation here at RHM.

[You don’t have to order this book through amazon.com, but if you do, please consider using Amazon Smile (smile.amazon.com) and selecting Renewed Heart Ministries as your designated charity for a portion of your purchase to be donated to RHM at no additional cost to you.]

 


July’s Featured Presentation

 

James M. Robinson wrote in his book The Gospel of Jesus, “The human dilemma is, in large part, that we are each other’s fate. We become the tool of evil that ruins another person as we look out for ourselves, having long abandoned any youthful idealism we might once have cherished. But if we each would cease and desist from pushing the other down to keep ourselves up, then the vicious cycle would be broken.” Jesus showed us the way to do this. This month it is our hope that your heart will be encouraged as you listen to this month’s featured presentation Enough Bread For Today by Herb Montgomery. Another world is possible.

Enough Bread For Today by Herb Montgomery

 


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