More Candles in the Dark: Going From Heartbreak to Healing
Authored by David James Randolph, Demian Bulwa, Eileen Davis Elliot, Marilyn Harryman, Katherine Hastings, William E. Hull, Jack Kerouac, Howard Klausner, Kirk Lumpkin, David Madgalene, and Jym Marks
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The purpose of "More Candles in the Dark" is to encourage you, the reader, to move forward with your life in the face of great challenges by discovering and creating greater resources within and around you. No matter how dark it may seem at times, you can go from heartbreak to healing because there are individuals and communities who are shining like candles in the dark to illuminate, heal and lead you forward.
This is the third volume in a series exploring faith and society in America since 9/11/2001. The books have been written or edited by David James Randolph in consultation with many others including friends and colleagues at the Center for Art, Religion and Education at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California where Randolph is Professor in Residence of Communications, and Olivet University in San Francisco where he is Distinguished Professor of Theology. "On the Way After 9/11: New Worship and Art" appeared first in 2002 followed by "Candles In The Dark: Preaching and Poetry in Times of Crisis"in 2003. "More Candles in the Dark" appears in the winter of 2010-2011 anticipating the Tenth Anniversary of the tragic events of 9/11/2001.