In addition to her consulting work, Sandhya is a multiply published author who enjoys discussing her work and would be happy to answer any questions you may have. If you would like to reach out to Sandhya about a speaking engagement related to her books, you can email her at If you would like to support her upcoming book on how connecting with the spiritual and cultural practices of our ancestors can equip us to dismantle white supremacy, click here to visit her Patreon account.

Liberating Love Daily Devotional: 365 Love Notes from God

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This is the book for our times. From the community focus to the deep knowledge Jha provides this is a devotional we can all use. With this book Jha transforms the genre of devotionals from passe, bordering on self help, into vital spiritual inspiration to create the communities of compassionate change the world so desperately needs.”

-Amber E, Amazon, September 2020

Transforming Communities: How People Like You are Healing Their Neighborhoods

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Great read and leaves you with a call to action. Love that she provides so many references at the end of each chapter so you can dig deeper with each concept.”

-cmstyles, Amazon, June 14, 2020

Room at the Table: The Struggle for Dignity and Equality in Disciples History

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“A grand, connected account that witnesses to both great loss and great victory. She reminds us that as a whole church we have both reached out to others and rejected them often at the same time.”

—Ayanna Johnson, First Vice Moderator, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Pre-Post-Racial America: Spiritual Stories from the Front Lines

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Weaving together a complex personal narrative, insightful stories of others, and pointed observations about faith and race in the United States, Jha bridges theory, practice, story, and faith with an economy of words and an an abundance of grace. Great for the classroom, book group, or personal study, Pre-Post-Racial America is a welcomed addition to the ongoing conversations about race.”

—Bruce Reyes-Chow, author of But I Don’t See You As Asian

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