We create practical resources that come from our lived journey and experiences facilitating transformational encounters.
Mark Scandrette has written four books on practical spirituality: Soul Graffiti, Practicing The Way of Jesus, FREE, and Belonging and Becoming (Co-authored with Lisa Scandrette). He is currently working on a 5th book on personality, self-awareness and transformation.
BELONGING & BECOMING: Creating A Thriving Family Culture.
Family is an important context of formation, not only for children, but for parents as well. It's where we develop our identity, where we learn what to value and how to relate to others and navigate the challenges and stresses of life. This book presents a soulful, creative and intentional approach to family life that includes reflection questions and practical exercises for parents and families. IVP 2016. Read an excerpt
FREE: Spending Your Time and Money on What Matters Most. This practical book on simplicity invites readers to embrace soul practices like gratitude, trust, contentment and generosity and develop practical skills with time, purpose, finances and possessions for greater meaning and global sustainability. IVP 2013
Practicing The Way of Jesus: Life Together in the Kingdom of Love. So many of us want to live in the way of Jesus-- pursuing a life that is deeply soulful, connected to our real needs and good news to our world. Yet too often our methods for growth are individualistic, information driven or disconnected from the details of every day life. How can we close the gap between how we want to live and how we actually live? This book explores how to rediscover a sense of immediacy and action in our spiritual lives. IVP 2011
Soul Graffiti: Making A Life in the Way of Jesus. Phyllis Tickle said, this book is not so much a book as it is an encounter with a Christianity that is urban, American, un-institutional and now. Jossey-Bass 2007
Animate Faith, An imaginative exploration of Christianity's big questions.Sparkhouse/Augsburg Fortress brought together seven leading Christian voices to create an accessible, captivating exploration of big questions of the Christian faith, including Mark Scandrette, Brian McLaren and Nadia Bolz-Weber.