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Subversive Jesus

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: Craig Greenfield lives life a little crazier than most people. He comes from New Zealand but he has lived in some of the most broken (and beautiful) places in the world, including the drug ruled Downtown Eastside inner city...


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Craig Greenfield lives life a little crazier than most people. He comes from New Zealand but he has lived in some of the most broken (and beautiful) places in the world, including the drug ruled Downtown Eastside inner city of Vancouver, Canada and the slums of Cambodia. Convinced that Jesus places love for the poor and the pursuit of justice as central, Craig Greenfield has sought to follow in Christ's footsteps by living among people at the edges of society for the last fifteen years.


His quest to follow this Subversive Jesus has taken Craig and his young family around the world and back again. This is the story of how Jesus led them to the margins: initiating the Pirates of Justice flash mobs, sharing their home with detoxing crack-addicts, welcoming homeless panhandlers and prostituted women to the dinner table, and ultimately sparking a movement to reach the world's most vulnerable children.


Craig's story is a radical and potentially controversial critique of the status quo too often found in our own lives and even in our churches, but it also offers an inspirational and hopeful vision of another way. While readers may not relocate to a slum or start dining with drug addicts, they will certainly come to view their lives and ministry through a fresh lens, reconsidering how they are uniquely called by Jesus to subversively love the poor and break down systems of injustice in their own sphere of influence.


-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 434075
  • Product Code 9780310346234
  • ISBN 0310346231
  • EAN 9780310346234
  • UPC 025986346232
  • Pages 192
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Zondervan
  • Publication Date Apr 2016
  • Sales Rank 50000
  • Dimensions 213 x 139 x 13mm
  • Weight 0.172kg

Craig Greenfield

Craig Greenfield left a successful life as an executive to move to a Cambodian slum. There he found a ministry caring for over a thousand orphans. Craig now heads Servants to Asia's Urban Poor.

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