BOOKS ABOUT REBA PLACE
LIVING TOGETHER IN A WORLD FALLING APART
- Dave and Neta Jackson
One of the earliest books about Reba, from 1974. When Living Together in a World Falling Apart was first published in 1974, tensions in society—an unpopular war, racial divisions, fearful economics, the seeming futility of “success,” and widespread alienation—were not addressed in most churches.
GLIMPSES OF GLORY:THIRTY YEARS OF COMMUNITY, THE STORY OF REBA PLACE FELLOWSHIP
By Dave and Neta Jackson
A selected history of Reba Place Church and Reba Place Fellowship published during the 30th anniversary. It contains the authors’ historical narrative plus interviews with people involved with important historical moments at Reba. It may be difficult to find on the market at a reasonable price. Ask around at church to see whose copy you can borrow.
CYNICISM AND HOPE: RECLAIMING DISCIPLESHIP IN A POSTDEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
Edited by Meg E. Cox
A collection of talks from a November 2007 conference at Reba Place Church.