Moral imagination is the application of a deeply held faith tradition to a rapidly changing society. This saga intertwines cultural and family histories as it follows the Austin family through the Great Depression, both world wars, and beyond.
Building Utopia - Can an unlikely combination of Soviet communists and American capitalists win the race to build Europe's largest automobile factory and an adjacent city in just eighteen months? Building Utopia reveals the humanity of both communists and capitalists and the contrasts between Russian and American cultures.
and Depression - Continuing the family
saga begun in East of Cleveland, this book explores the psychological
impact of the Great Depression, then goes
on to relate personal triumphs during the Second World War.
of Cleveland follows
intertwining families over three generations as they shape their community and our
modern lives through imagination and faith.
Give God a Flower - This limited edition book is a work of art, combining poetry and watercolors as a tribute to Cranston Stroup.
from the Pacific - This firsthand account of Russell
Cartwright Stroup's work as a military chaplain during World War II
will help current chaplains plot a steady course for their military
Measure of All Things - An evangelical faith in
the living God and an enthusiasm for the human potential characterized
the ministry of Russell Cartwright Stroup at the
Georgetown Presbyterian Church during the 1950s and 1960s.