The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation
by Richard Rohr and Mike Morrell
It’s been an astonishing journey since the book’s release; it seems to be resonating with readers everywhere I travel, in person and online. I feel honored that its message is connecting with readers ranging from Bono to Brené Brown, and has hit five best-seller lists (including Publishers’ Weekly, Wall Street Journal, and Amazon)! If you haven’t checked out The Divine Dance yet, I hope you do. This beautifully-designed site connects you with more about the book, and a number of places you can find it. I’d personally prefer you ask your local bookstore or library if they carry it, as these places are magic. But if you’re an Amazon addict, you can follow this link. : )
The Voice Bible: Step Into the Story of Scripture
I contributed a Psalm to this illustrious project, curated by my friends Kelly Hall and Chris Seay. It’s a ground-breakingly readable rendition – check it out!
Besides the Bible: 100 Books that Have, Should, or Will Create Christian Culture
In this anthology of influential spiritual literature, I explore the thematic and publishing phenomenon that is William Paul Young’s The Shack. Check it out!
Holy Bible: Mosaic
(New Living Translation)
by Credo Communications and Tyndale House
A visually stunning, multi-cultural edition of the New Living Translation, Holy Bible: Mosaic has gorgeous art and moving meditations from participants around the globe. I contribute a meditation on divine nourishment. Read my review here, and see it for yourself.
Wikiklesia Project: Volume One – Voices of the Virtual World: Participative Technology & the Ecclesial Revolution
Edited by Leonard Hjalmarson and John La Grou, the Wikilesia Project.
I contributed to this anthology exploring collective, chaordic conversation on how emerging technologies impact religion. Check it out!