Feed Your Mind

Grab your headphones, reading glasses, or favorite beverage and check out the content we’re into this week!

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What We're Reading

The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible

by Charles Eisenstein

Tom McDermott offered this suggestion calling it “a feast for mind and heart, reflecting on the interconnectedness of all life and the global transformation possible in our individual choices.”

We Are Not Like Them

by Christine Pride and Jo Piazza

This novel was suggested by Katie Callaway, who described it as “a book about social justice, faith, and doing the next right thing.” CNN recently wrote an article about the authors and their book. You can check that out on CNNs website.

What We're Watching

The Chair

The Chair, on Netflix, was suggested by Julie who described it as a “short mini series packed with commentary on sexism, racism, ageism, institutional interaction with good acting and humor.”

 

What We're Listening To

Two Feminists Annotate the Bible

This podcast was suggested by Nikki Smith, who said, “really love listening to this new podcast! It really gets me thinking!”

Keeping the Goose

We’re fortunate to have some of our past event sessions recorded and available to view on our homepage and on YouTube.

We invite you to check out Rev. Dr. James Forbes, from main stage 2021.

Did you miss last week? That’s okay!

What we have already read, watched, and listened to can be found here.