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Bil'in and Nonviolent Resistance by Iyad Burnat

"A quiet, intense man with piercing eyes, enthusiasm for action and a fierce love of family, Iyad Burnat has turned the defense of his little village of Bil'in into an international phenomenon. If Palestinian resistance on the ground has a face, it is his.

Destination Bethlehem by Barrie Shepherd

The book is written as a personal guide, with a prose meditation, prayer or poem for every day from Advent through Epiphany. However it might also be useful as an Advent study group book, and as a rich source of materials for worship planning and for preaching throughout this most demanding season.

Fight: A Christian Case for Non-Violence

Fight explores violence in the Bible and challenges us to live out Jesus’ call to non-violence. With prophetic relevance, New York Times bestselling author Preston Sprinkle tackles the controversy surrounding violence and grapples with surprising conclusions. Anyone who has struggled with the morality of violence will appreciate this convincing biblical guide. Buy as a paperback or an ebook here.

Presbyterians on the Frontier: A Story of Presbyterian Border Ministry 1984 to 2014

Published in time of the 30th anniversary of Presbyterian Border Ministry. Written by Parrish Jones, PPF National Commitee Member.

Presbyterians on the Frontier is the culmination of four years research, site visits, and interviews seeking to capture the stories of those who have served in Presbyterian Border Ministry.

Pace e Bene - Campaign Nonviolence

The website http://paceebene.org/ has a collection of resources on nonviolence from books to ecards to newsletters. There is a wealth of information here.

PPF has signed their official pledge.

Books on Nonviolence, Just War, and Faith

The following list of books discussing nonviolence and Just War Theory was compiled by Roger Scott Powers

"Just Peacemaking: The New Paradigm for the Ethics of Peace and War,"
edited by Glen H. Stassen
offers ten practices for promoting peace and justice in the international arena.

"The Powers That Be: Theology for a New Millennium,"
by Walter Wink
a brief summary of his 3-volume trilogy on "the powers."

Antiracism Resources from Jessica Vazquez-Torres

In addition to leading dynamic sessions on antiracism, Rev. Jessica Vazquez-Torres also left a list of resources for further study and reflection on race, racism, and being antiracist.

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