America's Sacred Sites

America's Sacred Sites

50 Faithful Reflections on Our National Monuments and Historic Landmarks

Brad Lyons, Bruce Barkhauer

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From the authors of America’s Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks. The National Park Service oversees more than the 61 national parks; monuments and historic sites mark where important events in America’s story occurred, protect unique natural landmarks, and remember those who changed history. Brad Lyons and Bruce Barkhauer help you consider how your faith and values are reflected in those treasured places. America’s Holy Sites: 50 Faithful Reflections on Our National Monuments and Historic Landmarks visits an NPS site in each state, considering a unique trait of each place and connecting it to your own life. Courage, mercy, leadership, liberty – these are just a few of the themes you’ll explore on this unique journey. A scripture verse and a trio of questions take your experience deeper.


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Brad Lyons:
Brad Lyons serves as the President and Publisher of CBP/Chalice Press. An award-winning journalist in his native Oklahoma, he is the extremely lucky and proud father of three kind, funny, and smart kids. Bruce Barkhauer teaches generosity for a living, which he knows is the greatest gig he has ever had. He loves the earth and thinks we need to take better care of it. He is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and is married to Laura. They share three children and three grandchildren, which Barkhauer says is the only thing better than his day job.|||Brad Lyons serves as the President and Publisher of CBP/Chalice Press. An award-winning journalist in his native Oklahoma, he is the extremely lucky and proud father of three kind, funny, and smart kids. Bruce Barkhauer teaches generosity for a living, which he knows is the greatest gig he has ever had. He loves the earth and thinks we need to take better care of it. He is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and is married to Laura. They share three children and three grandchildren, which Barkhauer says is the only thing better than his day job.

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