In addition to the PDFs and the video below, we suggest that you read the following Pendle Hill pamphlets: William Taber’s, The Prophetic Stream (#256), Mary Grundy’s, Tall Poppies (#347) and one or more of the Hebrew prophets, e.g., Isaiah, Amos, Hosea, Jeremiah, Daniel, etc. Other good resources are Walter Bruggemann’s, The Prophetic Imagination, and Abraham Joshua Heschel’s, The Prophets.
Prophetic Ministry, Howard Brinton, Pendle Hill Pamphlet #54, published 1950.
Finding the Prophetic Voice for Our Time, Marion McNaughton and Doreen Dowd, two addresses given at the 2007 Friends World Committee for Consultation Triennial, Dublin Ireland.
Hebrew and Greek scripture references on prophetic ministry, from the February 2013 Way of the Spirit module on prophetic ministry.
The Agony & the Ecstasy, Richard Foster, 1987, on forgiveness and “Gospel Order.”
The Footwashing at Marlborough, from Sandra Cronk’s Pendle Hill Pamphlet #297, Gospel Order, also on forgiveness.
The Desert and the Marketplace, Jack Dobbs, Quaker Home Service, 1984, on spiritual practice.
The Vulnerability of Mission, David J. Bosch, Professor of Missiology at the University of South Africa (Pretoria), 1991, on suffering and the Christian message.
How Long, Not Long, Excerpt from a speech by Martin Luther King on the steps of the Montgomery, Alabama capitol building at the conclusion of the march from Selma to Montgomery, March 25, 1965.
“Ella’s Song (We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest)” Sweet Honey in the Rock
“Wake Me Up,” a song by Aloe Blaac
A video interview with Walter Bruggemann