Articles

Articles by, interviews with, books citing, and posts about Carol Howard Merritt (or, all the reasons why I’m not blogging everyday!)

Huffington Post Blog

Faith and Leadership Blog at Duke Divinity

Articles at the Christian Century.

“Beyond Rebuilding? Shaping a Life Together,” an Occasional Paper Published by the Office of Theology and Worship of the PC(USA).

Bob Cornwall, “Reframing Hope–Review” on Ponderings on a Faith Journey.

Ann A. Michel, “Reframing Hope” at Leading Ideas.

Mark Smith, “Reframing Hope by Carol Howard Merritt–A Review” at Mark Time.

“Featured: Reframing Hope” by Englewood Review of Books

“Reframing Hope: A Review” by Jennifer Warner at Presbymergent.org.

Rebecca Cooper, ABC, Channel 7 News, September 8, 2010

Phil Shepherd, Whiskey Preacher Podcast, July 26, 2010

Duane Sweep, “Missing in Action: Carol Howard Merritt says that to reach young adults, we must recognize their challenges,” Presbyterian News Service, April 28, 2010

Phil Snider and Emily Bowen, Toward a Hopeful Future (Pilgrim Press, 2010)

Contributor to “A Vibrant Future Church” at Patheos

“Advent Reflection: How Do you Keep Awake After 2,000 Years?” at The Beatitudes Society

Bethany Furkin, “Making Connections,” The Presbyterian News Service, November 24, 2009

Stephen Griffith, Interrobang, KZUM Radio Show, Lincoln, Nebraska

Confessions of a Predatory Lender at Beliefnet.com

“Are We Counselors?” at Fidelia’s Sisters

Diana Butler Bass, A People’s History of Christianity: The Other Side of the Story (HarperOne, 2009)

“A Small Chance” at Vital Signs.

Shane Stanford, The United Methodist Hour, Television Show Interview, National Syndication, January 27, 2009

“Family Business” at Fidelia’s Sisters

“Small Innovations Solve Huge Problems,” LifeLong Learning Journal, Winter 2008.

Anthony Robinson, “Take and Read,” The Christian Century, November 2008.

“The Great Emergence,” Presbymergent Blog, October 2, 2008.

“Hard to Negotiate,” Fidelia’s Sisters: A Publication of the Young Clergy Women Project, July 2008

“You(th) on Facebook,” Insights: The Faculty Journal of Austin Seminary, Spring 2008

“If Walls Could Talk,” Net Results, March/April 2008.

“The Fake Search,” Fidelia’s Sisters: A Publication of the Young Clergy Women Project, March 2008

Leslie Scanlon, “Reaching the Missing Generation,” The Presbyterian Outlook, Cover article, November 10, 2008

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Partner Video Interview, September 2008

United Methodist Radio Ministry Initiatives, Interview with Mike Hickcox, September 2008

“Recommended Book: Tribal Church, by Carol Howard Merritt,” General Board of
Discipleship (UMC), March 2008

Robert M. Puckett, “Tribal Church: Ministering to the Missing Generation,” The Christian
Community, February 2008

Teresa Blythe, “PT Media Picks: Reaching the Missing Generation,” Presbyterians Today, 2007

Andrea Roane, WUSA Channel 9 News in Washington, DC Interview, November 2007

Richard Brown, “Some Thoughts on the ‘E’ Word,” The Herald, November 2007

Louise Johnson, “Tribal Church: Ministering to the Missing Generation,” Uniting Churches in Australia National Youth and Young Adults Ministry, December 2007

“Tribal Church, Ministering to the Missing Generation,” Metro Lutheran, October 2007

“Tribal Church: Ministering to the Missing Generation,” The Presbyterian Outlook, October 15, 2007

“In it for the Long Haul,” Fidelia’s Sisters: A Publication of the Young Clergy Women Project, October 2007

“A Crib for Her Bed,” Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Windows, Summer 2007

“We’re Not Like Them,” The Presbyterian Outlook, May 7, 2007

“The Ordination of Women,” The Presbyterian Outlook, February 6, 2006

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3 thoughts on “Articles

  1. I was hoping to purchase your book for my Sony Reader…but apparently it only is for the Kindle????? AM I correct?

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