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Having Nothing, Possessing Everything: Finding Abundant Communities in Unexpected Places

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: Pastor Mike Mather arrived in Indianapolis thinking that he was going to serve the poor. But after his church's community lost nine young men to violence in a few short months, Mather came to see that the poor...


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Pastor Mike Mather arrived in Indianapolis thinking that he was going to serve the poor. But after his church's community lost nine young men to violence in a few short months, Mather came to see that the poor didn't need his help-he needed theirs.


This is the story of how one church found abundance in a com-munity of material poverty. Viewing people-not programs, finances, or service models-as their most valuable resource moved church members beyond their own walls and out into the streets, where they discovered folks rich in strength, talents, determination, and love.


Mather's Having Nothing, Possessing Everything will inspire readers to seek justice in their own local communities and to find abundance and hope all around them.



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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 515509
  • Product Code 9780802874832
  • ISBN 0802874835
  • EAN 9780802874832
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Social Issues
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Oct 2018
  • Dimensions 215 x 139 x 12mm

Gregory Boyle

Father Gregory Boyle was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1982. He received his Master of Divinity from the Weston School of Theology; and a Sacred Theology Masters degree from the Jesuit School of Theology. In 1988, Father Boyle began what would become Homeboy Industries, now located in downtown Los Angeles. Fr. Greg received the California Peace Prize, the "Humanitarian of the Year" Award from "Bon Appetit"; the Caring Institute's 2007 Most Caring People Award; and received the 2008 Civic Medal of Honor from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. <P>Since 1986, Father Gregory has been the pastor of

Michael Mather

Linda was born in Easington Colliery, Co Durham in 1958, and then moved to Leicester in the early 1960's, which is where she spent her childhood. But, it was in 'Shakespeare County, ' Warwickshire, where she says she 'grew up' during and after completing her counseling diploma. She is now an experienced counselor, supervisor, & trainer, behavioral family therapist & author of three self help books, a children's book and a novel. Mick was born in Alnwick, Northumberland in 1961 and has been a miner for thirty three years. He met Linda when he moved to Warwickshire after the mines all closed in

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