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Pew
Title Pew
Author
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release DateJuly 21, 2020
Category Literature & Fiction
Total Pages 224 pages
ISBN 0374230927
Book Rating 3.8 out of 5 from 205 reviews
Language EN, ES, BE, DA ,DE , NL and FR
Book Review & Summary:

Longlisted for the 2021 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction. One of Publishers Weekly's Best Fiction Books of 2020. “The people of this community are stifling, and generous, cruel, earnest, needy, overconfident, fragile and repressive, which is to say that they are brilliantly rendered by their wise maker, Catherine Lacey.” --Rachel Kushner, author of The Flamethrowers A figure with no discernible identity appears in a small, religious town, throwing its inhabitants into a frenzy In a small, unnamed town in the American South, a church congregation arrives for a service and finds a figure asleep on a pew. The person is genderless and racially ambiguous and refuses to speak. One family takes in the strange visitor and nicknames them Pew. As the town spends the week preparing for a mysterious Forgiveness Festival, Pew is shuttled from one household to the next. The earnest and seemingly well-meaning townspeople see conflicting identities in Pew, and many confess their fears and secrets to them in one-sided conversations. Pew listens and observes while experiencing brief flashes of past lives or clues about their origin. As days pass, the void around Pew’s presence begins to unnerve the community, whose generosity erodes into menace and suspicion. Yet by the time Pew’s story reaches a shattering and unsettling climax at the Forgiveness Festival, the secret of who they really are―a devil or an angel or something else entirely―is dwarfed by even larger truths. Pew, Catherine Lacey’s third novel, is a foreboding, provocative, and amorphous fable about the world today: its contradictions, its flimsy morality, and the limits of judging others based on their appearance. With precision and restraint, one of our most beloved and boundary-pushing writers holds up a mirror to her characters’ true selves, revealing something about forgiveness, perception, and the faulty tools society uses to categorize human complexity.

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Pew by Catherine Lacey

Title Pew
Author Catherine Lacey
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2020-07-21
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780374720131
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Finalist for the 2021 Dylan Thomas Prize and the 2021 NYPL Young Lions Fiction Award. Longlisted for the 2021 PEN/Jean Stein Book Award, the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction and the Joyce Carol Oates Prize. One of Publishers Weekly's Best Fiction Books of 2020. One of Amazon's 100 Best Books of 2020. “The people of this community are stifling, and generous, cruel, earnest, needy, overconfident, fragile and repressive, which is to say that they are brilliantly rendered by their wise maker, Catherine Lacey.” --Rachel Kushner, author of The Flamethrowers A figure with no discernible identity appears in a small, religious town, throwing its inhabitants into a frenzy In a small, unnamed town in the American South, a church congregation arrives for a service and finds a figure asleep on a pew. The person is genderless and racially ambiguous and refuses to speak. One family takes in the strange visitor and nicknames them Pew. As the town spends the week preparing for a mysterious Forgiveness Festival, Pew is shuttled from one household to the next. The earnest and seemingly well-meaning townspeople see conflicting identities in Pew, and many confess their fears and secrets to them in one-sided conversations. Pew listens and observes while experiencing brief flashes of past lives or clues about their origin. As days pass, the void around Pew’s presence begins to unnerve the community, whose generosity erodes into menace and suspicion. Yet by the time Pew’s story reaches a shattering and unsettling climax at the Forgiveness Festival, the secret of who they really are—a devil or an angel or something else entirely—is dwarfed by even larger truths. Pew, Catherine Lacey’s third novel, is a foreboding, provocative, and amorphous fable about the world today: its contradictions, its flimsy morality, and the limits of judging others based on their appearance. With precision and restraint, one of our most beloved and boundary-pushing writers holds up a mirror to her characters’ true selves, revealing something about forgiveness, perception, and the faulty tools society uses to categorize human complexity.

Pew by Catherine Lacey

Title Pew
Author Catherine Lacey
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2020-05-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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One of Vogue's Books We Can’t Wait to Read in 2020, one of BuzzFeed's Most Anticipated Books of 2020, one of Vulture's Books We Can't Wait to Read in 2020, and one of The Millions Most Anticipated Books of the First Half of 2020 A figure with no discernible identity appears in a small, religious town, throwing its inhabitants into a frenzy In a small unnamed town in the American South, a church congregation arrives to a service and finds a figure asleep on a pew. The person is genderless, racially ambiguous, and refuses to speak. One family takes the strange visitor in and nicknames them Pew. As the town spends the week preparing for a mysterious Forgiveness Festival, Pew is shuttled from one household to the next. The earnest and seemingly well-meaning townspeople see conflicting identities in Pew, and many confess their fears and secrets to them in one-sided conversations. Pew listens and observes while experiencing brief flashes of past lives or clues about their origins. As days pass, the void around Pew’s presence begins to unnerve the community, whose generosity erodes into menace and suspicion. Yet by the time Pew’s story reaches a shattering and unsettling climax at the Forgiveness Festival, the secret of their true nature—as a devil or an angel or something else entirely—is dwarfed by even larger truths. Pew, Catherine Lacey’s third novel, is a foreboding, provocative, and amorphous fable about the world today: its contradictions, its flimsy morality, and the limits of judging others based on their appearance. With precision and restraint, one of our most beloved and boundary-pushing writers holds up a mirror to her characters’ true selves, revealing something about forgiveness, perception, and the faulty tools society uses to categorize human complexity.

The Devil In Pew Number Seven by Rebecca Nichols Alonzo

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Author Rebecca Nichols Alonzo
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Category Biography & Autobiography
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Rebecca Nichols Alonzo recounts the events surrounding her father's murder, describing how a church member who refused to give up control when Robert Nichols took over as pastor tormented and threatened her family, until the night that Rebecca's life was shattered forever.

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Title In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart
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The daughter of Billy Graham has discovered through personal experience that God does his best work in the ruins of our lives--as she tried to make wise choices in the wake of bad ones, she discovered that God is faithful, forgiving, and filled with grace, and she now knows how to offer hope and support to the hurting people she encounters.

Title Pew Sisters A Women s Small Group Bible Study
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Every woman in the pew has a story of God's faithfulness, and women love nothing better than to revel in one another's experiences and celebrate the sisterhood of believers. Pew Sisters helps get that celebration started. Devotional in both tone and form, this twelve-session study tells what God is doing in the lives of real women today. From depression to grief to cancer, women from all over the Church share their stories here for the consolation and encouragement of their sisters in faith.

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The CSB Pew Bible is perfect for any style of church or worship center, and includes a durable hard cover to withstand years of congregational use. The CSB Pew Biblefeatures the highly readable, highly reliable text of the Christian Standard Bible (CSB). The CSB stays as literal as possible to the Bible's original meaning without sacrificing clarity, making it easier to engage with Scripture's life-transforming message and to share it with others.

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These essays address broad topics such as the popularization of scientific ideas, secularization and the development of the naturalistic worldview.

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Author Hendrickson Publishers
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This pew Bible's attractive and sturdy bindings will give years of dependable service.

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Language English, Spanish, and French
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There are ordinary pew Bibles at ho-hum prices. And then there's Hendrickson's new King James Version Pew Bible. Packed with extras and designed with care, this quality pew Bible is surprisingly low-priced. SPECIAL FEATURES - Bible Promises - Harmony of the Gospels - Miracles of the Old Testament - Miracles of the New Testament - Parables of the Old Testament - Old Testament Prophecies of the Passion - Parables of the New Testament - Four color maps - One-year daily Bible readings DESIGN FEATURES - Attractive gold-stamped hardcover binding is available in three tasteful colors to complement every sanctuary decor - Quality white Bible paper--not cheap newsprint--stands up to years of handling - Crisp typesetting makes the black-letter text easy to read - Presentation page is expressly designed for memorials and dedications - Comfortable-to-hold size fits neatly in pew racks

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Men in the pulpit, women in the pew? Addressing gender inequality in Africa is that rarest of gems ? a work that takes a fresh look at familiar biblical teachings, and cause us to question what we have been accepting as a matter of course for so long.

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The growing cultural diversity of American society is mirrored in the pews and parishes of mainline denominations and represents a dynamic challenge to the effective proclamation of the gospel on Sunday mornings. Preaching to Every Pew, based on extensive field research, takes on the challenge of preaching in such a context. The authors map an approach to culture from four significant perspectives: ethnicity, class, displacement, and religious beliefs. They describe the significant ways in which culture influences human beings, detail how cultural influences affect and complicate communication in general and preaching in particular, and then recommend practical strategies for improving communication in culturally diverse settings. --From publisher's description.

Sittin In The Front Pew by Parry Ann Brown

Title Sittin in the Front Pew
Author Parry Ann Brown
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ISBN 9780375757051
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Returning to Baltimore from Los Angeles to bury her late father, Glynda Naylor and her three sisters celebrate their father's life and search for answers about who the real Edward Naylor, who had raised them after their mother's death, was. Original. 35,000 first printing.

Title Value Outreach Bible
Author Zondervan
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-03-01
Category
Total Pages 1024
ISBN 0310446201
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The NIV Value Pew and Worship Bible is a quality, all-purpose black hardcover Bible ideal for any church or classroom available at a great low price. This Bible includes the full-text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version with subject headings and translators' footnotes, easy-to-read 8.5-point font and double-column format, in a durable hardcover binding.

The Next America by Paul Taylor

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Author Paul Taylor
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Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781610396684
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The America of the near future will look nothing like the America of the recent past. America is in the throes of a demographic overhaul. Huge generation gaps have opened up in our political and social values, our economic well-being, our family structure, our racial and ethnic identity, our gender norms, our religious affiliation, and our technology use. Today's Millennials -- well-educated, tech savvy, underemployed twenty-somethings -- are at risk of becoming the first generation in American history to have a lower standard of living than their parents. Meantime, more than 10,000 Baby Boomers are retiring every single day, most of them not as well prepared financially as they'd hoped. This graying of our population has helped polarize our politics, put stresses on our social safety net, and presented our elected leaders with a daunting challenge: How to keep faith with the old without bankrupting the young and starving the future. Every aspect of our demography is being fundamentally transformed. By mid-century, the population of the United States will be majority non-white and our median age will edge above 40 -- both unprecedented milestones. But other rapidly-aging economic powers like China, Germany, and Japan will have populations that are much older. With our heavy immigration flows, the US is poised to remain relatively young. If we can get our spending priorities and generational equities in order, we can keep our economy second to none. But doing so means we have to rebalance the social compact that binds young and old. In tomorrow's world, yesterday's math will not add up. Drawing on Pew Research Center's extensive archive of public opinion surveys and demographic data, The Next America is a rich portrait of where we are as a nation and where we're headed -- toward a future marked by the most striking social, racial, and economic shifts the country has seen in a century.

From Pew To Pulpit by Clifton F. Guthrie

Title From Pew to Pulpit
Author Clifton F. Guthrie
Publisher Abingdon Press
Release Date 2005
Category Religion
Total Pages 116
ISBN 9780687066605
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A down-to-earth, practical introduction to the ins and outs of preaching for lay preachers, bivocational pastors, and others newly arrived in the pulpit. Recent years have seen a considerable increase in the amount of financial resources required to support a full-time pastor in the local congregation. In addition, large numbers of full-time, seminary trained clergy are retiring, without commensurate numbers of new clergy able to take their place. As a result of these trends, a large number of lay preachers and bivocational pastors have assumed the principal responsibility for filling the pulpit week by week in local churches. Most of these individuals, observes Clifton Guthrie, can draw on a wealth of life experiences, as well as strong intuitive skills in knowing what makes a good sermon, having listened to them much of their lives. What they often don't bring to the pulpit, however, is specific, detailed instruction in the how-tos of preaching. That is precisely what this brief, practical guide to preaching has to offer. Written with the needs of those for whom preaching is not their sole or primary occupation in mind, it begins by emphasizing what every preacher brings to the pulpit: an idea of what makes a sermon particularly moving or memorable to them. From there the book moves into short chapters on choosing an appropriate biblical text or sermon topic, learning how to listen to one's first impressions of what a text means, moving from text or topic to the sermon itself while keeping the listeners needs firmly in mind, making thorough and engaging use of stories in the sermon, and delivering with passion and conviction. The book concludes with helpful suggestions for resources, including Bibles, commentaries, other print resources and websites.

The Millionaire In The Pew by Russell L. Wilson

Title The Millionaire in the Pew
Author Russell L. Wilson
Publisher WestBow Press
Release Date 2012-01
Category Education
Total Pages 132
ISBN 9781449733889
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THE MILLIONAIRE IN THE PEW presents a new and unique approach to funding ministry and mission. Russell Wilson asserts that there is untapped wealth in the Church that could be harvested. He believes that clergy and religious leaders possess many of the qualities of highly successful professional fundraisers. He also believes that if they can overcome the “taboo” of dealing with money and fundraising, they can raise millions of dollars for the Church. The Millionaire in the Pew argues that fundraising is a very spiritual practice. Two phenomena are converging that make THE MILLIONAIRE IN THE PEW timely and critical. One is the current crisis in funding churches. The other is the so-called “Trillion-Dollar Transfer.” In the next decade or so, the Baby Boomers will be passing their assets in the billions onto their offspring. The “Trillion-Dollar Transfer” presents a huge opportunity for the Church. Clergy and religious leaders are in a unique position to take this unique opportunity to advance their churches. THE MILLIONAIRE IN THE PEW will: • change your attitudes toward money, wealth and wealthy people • teach you how to identify wealthy individuals • teach you how to educate and cultivate prospects • show you how to prepare effective verbal and written proposals • instruct you on how to make successful solicitation calls • increase your skills of persuasion to raise major gifts • introduce you to the mega potential for deferred gifts • empower you to harvest major and deferred gifts “Russ Wilson has given us a splendid gift in THE MILLIONAIRE IN THE PEW.... Russ presents both the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ of funding ministry today. You will be inspired to make major gift solicitations after reading the chapters that tell how to do it. If nothing else you will find outstanding source material in this volume. This book is a gem!” —Dr. Wayne Barrett, Director, United Methodist Foundation of Michigan “I believe THE MILLIONAIRE IN THE PEW will make a significant contribution to the church by empowering pastors, denominational leaders, and church leaders to provide critical financial resources to continue and expand its ministries and missions.” —Bishop Julius Calvin Trimble, Resident Bishop, Iowa Conference of the United Methodist Church “THE MILLIONAIRE IN THE PEW will be a gift to clergy and congregations as they search for wisdom in fundraising amidst challenging economic times. This is a practical book outlining best practices for those faith-based institutions committed to pursuing a new level of excellence in stewardship. Russ Wilson brings together the wisdom gleaned from his years of experience for the benefit of pastors and lay leaders.” —Dr. Bill Enright, Director, The Lake Institute of Faith & Giving, Indiana University

Title NIV Pew and Worship Bible
Author Zonderkidz
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-11-21
Category Bible
Total Pages 1792
ISBN 0310446309
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The NIV Pew and Worship Bible Large Print is a durable black hardcover Bible perfect for any church or classroom. This Bible includes the complete text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version, printed on high-quality paper inside a durable binding. The NIV text features subject headings and translators' footnotes, easy-to-read 12-point print size, and double-column format. With a new custom typeface, this Bible delivers a more pleasant reading experience, making it even easier to understand God's Word. X

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