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A Church For the Poor: Transforming the Church to Reach the Poor in Britain Today

Paperback|Jul 2017
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: Motivated by genuine concern, dedicated volunteers responded to the call to action and millions of pounds have been invested to support those most in need. However, the culture of many churches fails to attract those they are helping to...


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Motivated by genuine concern, dedicated volunteers responded to the call to action and millions of pounds have been invested to support those most in need. However, the culture of many churches fails to attract those they are helping to the very faith that motivates this compassion. Even when people from poorer or working class backgrounds start on a journey of faith, many churches struggle to create an inclusive environment where they can feel welcomed and at home.

With biblical insight and practical examples A Church for the Poor, by Martin Charlesworth and Natalie Williams, presents a vision of the church as a place where people from all sections of society can find a home and play a part. It is a call to rethink our traditions and transform the church to reach the poor in Britain today.

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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 495221
  • Product Code 9780830772131
  • ISBN 0830772138
  • EAN 9780830772131
  • Pages 294
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Social Issues
  • Publisher Integrity
  • Publication Date Jul 2017
  • Dimensions 215 x 139mm
  • Weight 0.218kg

Natalie Williams

Glenn Williams is the Chief Operating Officer for Focus on the Family and has extensive background in counseling youth and families. As a psychologist and former pastor, Glenn co-authored the programHow to Drug Proof Your Kids and was an expert/contributing author to the parenting curriculum produced by Focus on the Family, Starting Points.

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