Author Melvin Bray at Starr King School for the Ministry

Join Melvin Bray at Starr King in Berkley, CA, to explore his new book BETTER: Waking Up to Who We Could Be (better.melvinbray.com) and the imperative of telling better stories

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Author Melvin Bray at City of Refuge UCC

Join Melvin Bray as he worships with Bishop Yvette A. Flunder‘s home congregation, City of Refuge – United Church of Christ in Oakland, CA. Find yourself in his telling of

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BETTER: The Book Release Party

Join us to celebrate the release of Melvin Bray‘s BETTER: Waking Up To Who We Could Be with an afternoon of live music, conversation, and book signing. Books available for

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BETTER Parenting – Interview with Melvin Bray

You frame your book, BETTER on the idea of COMPOSTing stories, faith stories that lead to more just and virtuous living in community.

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Author Melvin Bray at Faith Forward Conference

The BETTER Movement (better.melvinbray.com) is coming to Faith Forward (faith-forward.net), a gathering of children’s and youth ministry leaders for collaboration, resourcing and inspiration toward innovative theology and practice. This year

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Melvin Bray Joins Tick, Talk, Take with Doug Pagitt To Discuss “Better”

Melvin Bray joins Doug and Victoria Lin to talk about his book “Better – Waking Up To Who We Could Be”

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The Melvin Bray Interview: Politics, Racism, and Telling a Better Story

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sjenetwork.com – Join the Social Justice Education Network for our special interview with Emmy award-winning Melvin Bray! Listen in for a sneak peak of Melvin’s new book Better: Waking up

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What if the world we have—with its racism, sexism, heterosexism, ableism, religious hatred, ecological disregard—is exactly the world people of faith storied into existence with the hostile faith stories we tell?

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“Losing Our Appetite for Beloved Community”

from 2010 to 2014 (5 years, 4 events), i served in overlapping succession as a founding board member, co-chair, program director, and instigator of continued equity/diversity/inclusion for the wild goose

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