Plunge in. Go deeper. Sub-merge yourself! ^Two-thirds of the world's population lives in poverty. Children go to bed each night hungry, while despairing parents wonder where the next meal will come from. It's not enough to feel compassion or...
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Plunge in. Go deeper. Sub-merge yourself!
^Two-thirds of the world's population lives in poverty. Children go to bed each night hungry, while despairing parents wonder where the next meal will come from. It's not enough to feel compassion or guilt about this desperate situation. It's time to make a difference! Join director of InnerCHANGE John Hayes as he takes you into the heart of some of the most distressed ghettos and neighbourhoods in the world. From the streets of Los Angeles to the forgotten villages of Cambodia, you'll find that the face of poverty is as close as your own backyard and as widespread as the furthest continent. Learn what it means to do more than give a handout. Discover how building authentic faith-based relationships through can change the world one person at a time.
It's time to change the face of poverty, live authentically, sub-merge ourselves, and make a difference. Follow author as he and his family live out their faith on some of the toughest streets and poorest ghettos in the world.
It's time to change the face of poverty, to live our faith authentically and to get involved with the people who need help. It's time to sub-merge ourselves, to go deep-- beneath the surface of shallow living--and make a difference in our world Follow author John Hayes as he lives out his faith on some of the toughest streets and poorest ghettos in the world. Learn what real compassion looks like in the trenches. Discover why people of faith cannot ignore the poor and how the St. Francis model of compassion can help alleviate suffering today. You'll also be energized to action through an inside look at the workings of InnerCHANGE, a mission organization that seeks to work among the poor, rather than just offering aid and handouts. Readers will come away with practical ways they can work for justice and find significance in the process.
John B. Hayes has had a lifelong interest in the needs of the poor. He and his wife, Deanna, are General directors of InnerCHANGE, a mission order that works among the poor in five countries sharing the good news in words and works through personal relationships. In 1984, he determined to launce a holistic ministry to minister inside-out. John graduated from Princeton and received his Master's degree in International Relations from Yale. He has authored Sub-merge which is an overview of world poverty.-Editorial Review.