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Book Club Time

It seems everyone is starting online book clubs these days and I’ve joined the crowd.

At Do Good Better we will be discussing Beyond Guilt Trips: Mindful Travel in an Unequal World, by Dr. Anu Taranath. The book is immensely practical and also thought-provoking and challenging. You can’t read it and not be changed and I knew when I started chapter 1 that I wanted to read it in a group, to better engage with the ideas.

To find out more about how the book club will work and how you can join us (including joining us for a Zoom call with the author at the end of our time reading), go to Do Good Better. You’ll also discover what list this book made that is absolutely incredible and makes me even more excited to read it and talk with the author!

Do Good Better.

 

I started another new thing.

I would love for you to join me in doing good better.

Are you a wanna-be do-gooder?

Do you want to help without hurting but aren’t sure HOW?

Are you confused about how to embody your faith in the world?

Are you tired of hot takes and throwing stones and want to dig deeper into untangling the messy middle of faith, development work, cross-cultural relationships, and humanitarian expatriate life?

Me, too.

We can do better but we need to help each other.

So, I started this new thing because…why not?

Compelled to create, maybe? Stuffing the coronavirus despair perhaps? Sure, whatever.

Do Good Better.

Check it out.

We’re going to have hard and challenging conversations over there because I don’t know what I’m doing. I’m pretty sure you don’t know what you’re doing either. But we both feel compelled to keep on trying, to keep on doing something, to dream of a better world and hope that we might have a part to play in inaugurating and celebrating it.

Come on over and subscribe!

It lives at Substack and is a subscription-only newsletter. For now, it is free but soon will be moving behind a paywall because producing things, sending newsletter, maintaining the website, these things are not free.

I would love for you to join me because I need your input and wisdom as we wrangle.

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