Re-Enchanting the Activist

Spirituality and Social Change

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Keith Hebden
  • Philadelphia, PA: 
    Jessica Kingsley Publishing, Ltd.
    , November
     176 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


Across the world, grassroots movements for change are growing in number, skill, and impact on society. Finding a place at the intersect between spirituality and politics, these emerging activists are grounded in a deeper understanding of the world they wish to change, and act out of a deep sense that their simple acts can make a difference. With moving first-hand accounts, priest and community organiser Keith Hebden demonstrates what it means to be an engaged and alive human being in a world that is crying out for change, and how to play our part in it.

Whether you have recently come alive to the possibilities of activism, or are familiar with the frustrations and challenges of working for change, this book will energise, inform and enchant you.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Keith Hebden is assistant curate at Saint Katharine's Anglican Church in Matson, Gloucester. Gloucester Diocese is twinned with two partner dioceses in India.


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