Bread for the Resistance: Forty Devotions for Justice People

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5.0 X 6.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.35 pounds

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About the Author

Donna Barber is cofounder of The Voices Project, an organization that influences culture through training and promoting leaders of color. She is also the director of Champions Academy, an initiative of the Portland Leadership Foundation that provides culturally responsive leadership development for student athletes. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, Leroy, and their children.


"Donna has experience in sustainable life-giving transformational ministry. Her book has given us the gift of those practices that continue to fuel this work of shalom and justice. Her wisdom is seen in how she invites us to change the world through rebirth, good news, and love while paying attention to the reality of suffering. Donna envisioned and created the devotional that I wish I was given in my toughest days of pastoral and community work."--Sandra Maria Van Opstal, executive director, Chasing Justice
"In a world of feel-good soundbites and curated social media lives, Donna Barber offers us words that acknowledge the hard work of justice and hope even when change doesn't seem obvious. She can do this because she does the work of justice, walking in faith, and I am so grateful for such a wise guide."--Kathy Khang, author of Raise Your Voice
"As a Christian leader with a lifelong commitment to whole-gospel discipleship, I often struggle to find a devotional guide that speaks into all aspects of my faith and life. Donna Barber's book is a treasure. Her courageous honesty and vulnerability, rooted in a profound and vibrant relationship with Jesus that leads her into a life of radical faithfulness, brings me home every time. I heartily recommend this book to anyone who needs bread for the journey."--Alexia Salvatierra, coauthor of Faith-Rooted Organizing