From 1985 to 1994, Michael Duncan and his family undertook church planting, community development, and justice making in the slums of Manila. This searingly honest memoir testifies to the pain, grief, and obstacles encountered in authentic mission to the desperately...
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From 1985 to 1994, Michael Duncan and his family undertook church planting, community development, and justice making in the slums of Manila. This searingly honest memoir testifies to the pain, grief, and obstacles encountered in authentic mission to the desperately poor. A compelling account of the radical demands of discipleship. 139 pages.
UNOH Publications exists to invite, inspire and inform more radical responses to Jesus among the poor. It is the publishing arm of the Urban Neighbours of Hope community which serves Jesus amongst the urban poor in Melbourne, Bangkok and Sydney.
Tony Campolo, professor emeritus at Eastern University, is the founder of the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education, an organisation that develops schools and social programs in various third world countries and in cities across North America. He is the author of 33 books, his most recent being, Letters to a Young Evangelical. His other recent titles are Speaking My Mind, Which Jesus, Everybody Wants to Change the World, Practical Ideas for Social Justice (co-authored by Gordon Aeschliman), just to name a few. Dr. Campolo is an ordained minister, has served American Baptist Churches in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and is presently recognised as an associate pastor of the Mount Carmel Baptist Church in West Philadelphia.- Publisher.
Michael works in the financial industry and he is a frequent guest speaker on merger & acquisition industry trends, and a regular lecturer of continuing legal education courses to corporate law firms. He has written articles on shareowner services and on stock options in The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance. Graduating Villanova University in 1988, he lives in the NYC area with his family. He serves as an officer in The Knights of Columbus and member of the local Tea Party.