Revolution and Renewal: How Churches are Saving Our Cities

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2000 M01 1 - 286 páginas

Revelation and Renewal tells of churches that infused new life into urban communities. It is the story of brave men and women who refused to walk away from an apparently hopeless situation. Their inspiring example of faith-based social action presents a blueprint for reclaiming the future of our cities.

 

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Stories That Tell the Story
1
The City Invincible
33
Partnering with Government
47
The Church as the Lead Institution
57
Getting the Church into the World
63
The Acceptable Year of Our Lord
73
How to Have a Town Meeting
89
The New Politics
101
Faithbased Programs in Economic Development
137
Old Things Pass Away All Things Become New
147
Job Creation through Koinonia
161
The Churches and Urban Education
175
The Church in a Servant Ministry to Public Schools
191
What the Church Can Do about Crime
205
How the Church Can Help Business Development
219
Networking for the Kingdom
227

When Work Disappears
113
Incubating Churches
127
Whats a Suburban Church to Do at a Time Like This?
235
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Tony Campolois Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania. For ten years he was on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. He is the founder and President of the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education.

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