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The NC Council of Churches is proud to publish this brand new collection of testimonies from Moral Mondays. With 32 short vignettes from North Carolinians across the state, Voices of Moral Mondays tells the story of everyday folks being motivated to speak out on account of their faith. Many, though not all, of the accounts describe what it was like to engage in civil disobedience and be arrested by the authorities. Some narrate their experiences in profoundly theological terms, while others use a more common tongue – still no less infused with power and grace.
There are many ways to read this collection, and we invite you to be creative. You could use it as a personal devotional guide, reading one short reflection each day for a month. You could read and reflect together with a small group or church Sunday School class. The possibilities are nearly endless.
Here’s a list of our recent coverage of Moral Mondays, including individual reflections from this e-book:
- Whispers and Shouts (2/11/2017)
- Wise Leaders Would Answer the Call for Justice and Righteousness (12/15/2016)
- UPDATE — Urgent Action Required: Let GA Members Hear from You (12/15/2016)
- At Campaign Trail’s End, Voters Rule (10/27/2016)
- Tenth Annual HKonJ is February 13 (2/6/2016)
- Courtroom March for Voting Rights (7/20/2015)
- Voting Rights Sense, in a New Light (6/29/2015)
- Doomed UNC Centers Sang the Wrong Songs (3/2/2015)
- What Frightens Civitas? (1/28/2015)
- Conservatives, Riding High, Can Heed Cooler Heads (11/8/2014)