Our flocks are more divided and polarized on a number of issues than ever before. Well, it seems that way, but of course all generations have faced fears and troubles. As church leaders who shepherd our congregations, how do we begin to relate to concerns about the “wrongs” happening in the world today? Sacred Resistance helps us respond to questions about speaking out against injustice and taking appropriate action. Author Ginger Gaines-Cirelli, who pastors a church located adjacent to the White House in Washington D.C., provides a theologically sound framework for congregations to discern what to do—and when to do it as well. With warmth and compassion she offers practical advice on how to lead others through troubled times.