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Jimi's Latest Book, The Sounds of Love and Grace - Release Date February 2020
TheSoundsofLoveAndGracebyJimiCahoun
TheArtofGodbyJimiCalhoun
AStoryofRhythmandGracebyJimiCalhoun
TheSoundsofLoveAndGracebyJimiCahoun

Jimi Calhoun has a gift for seeing familiar things in fresh ways. Let him be your guide to the ten commandments and you’ll be amazed at how this ancient moral code speaks to issues in tomorrow’s headlines. - Brian D. McLaren, Author/activist

Empathic listening is essential to ethical engagement. It helps us move beyond confirmation bias and social segregation. In The Sounds of Love and Grace, pastor, musician and ethicist Jimi Calhoun performs a contemporary cultural commentary in view of the Ten Commandments. Jimi’s words disrupt societal discord to produce new harmony. Listen well to his constructs and cadence as he moves us from hearing the “Ten Words” as laws to violate to a call that helps us navigate life today for new direction and meaning in social solidarity for human flourishing. – Paul Luis Metzger  Author/ Professor Multnomah University and Seminary

Come experience the work of master storyteller and ethicist Jimi Calhoun. This comprehensive and well-researched book blends philosophy, theology, and sociology into a song that we all need to hear.  And like all great songs, you will laugh, cry and never be the same. - Robert Watson Hemphill Pastor/ Spiritual Entrepreneur

TheArtofGodbyJimiCalhoun

In The Art of God, pastor and musician Jimi Calhoun suggests that the master artist, God, programmed diversity into every aspect of the natural order. Today more of us than ever live in closer proximity to people once viewed as different. The multicultural conversation of the recent past has proven to be inadequate to address the present intercultural reality in which we live. -Cascade Books

AStoryofRhythmandGracebyJimiCalhoun

In A Story of Rhythm and Grace, Calhoun weaves together engrossing stories about racial differences and reconciliation from his life in the music world and his life in the church. Reflecting on how he has often found more racial harmony on the stage and in the recording studio than in the pews, Jimi shows what religion might learn from rock and roll.

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