Tag: refuge reimagined

A wealth of local books from 2021 (#2)

At the end of last year I posted an article about the abundant crop of books written by local authors. I was surprised that I found 15 to write about and had some left over. I am amazed, as I…

Another bumper year for books, both general and academic

Last year I posted an article about the abundant crop of books written by professors at local Christian institutions. This year I will include non-academic books. Not that the number of quality of academic books has declined, it’s just that…

Welcoming the stranger as kin – moving from idea to action

Almost 80 million asylum seekers, refugees and internally displaced people are seeking new homes in our world today, a reality requiring urgent conversation and action. A timely new book is now available to help us reimagine personal, national and international…