"Professional Christian successfully marries an academic approach, including primary interviews with church professionals of all stripes, with a practical understanding gleaned from serving as a music leader in worship from a young age."
"This book is written by real Christian parents for real Christian parents; the contributors share how they marry parenting and passionate social justice acts together, acknowledging that working parents simply don’t have the time to do them separately."
"[Saving Us] is best read in faithful community – wherever two or more are gathered – whether a community of climate action enthusiasts, the quietly curious, the global warming skeptics or those without an opinion simply seeking to follow Jesus."
"With her scholarly expertise, Fentress-Williams invites us to reimagine all the 'others' – the women, minorities, poor, powerless, disenfranchised and those not necessarily connected to the power structure – the 'outsiders' with whom we can engage in conversation with the books of the Bible."
Parker argues that White supremacy’s influence, while subtle, has left the vast majority with a deeply immature understanding of the breath of God, which prevents us from fully understanding God’s identity and being in relationship with the Divine.