Invisible Finding and Serving the Least of These
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Description: The poor are always with you, you just can't see them. They are the hungry. They are the thirsty. They are those within our own churches who would never acknowledge their need for clothing. How can we begin to serve the invisible in our midst? In this powerful book, Arloa Sutter will give you vision. Through her own compelling stories and those of many others, she sensitively examines the hard issues of poverty through real-life examples, theological and philosophical models, and practical direction. With wisdom and first-hand knowledge from her own established ministry to the poor, Sutter will open your eyes to what is happening around your very own neighborhood. Look and see the invisible like you've never seen them before. And then capture your own vision for helping those whom the world considers "the least of these," but whom Jesus called his "brothers" (Matt. 25:40).
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $14.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|My Journey to the City|
|Eat Your Vegetables-Children Are Starving|
|You Will Always Have the Poor with You|
|Three Kinds of Churches|
|We All Need a Breakthrough|
|The Breakthrough of Shalom|
|The Breakthrough of Presence|
|The Breakthrough of Being Spirit Led|
|The Breakthrough of Stewardship|
|The Breakthrough of Discipline|
|The Breakthrough of Joining a Movement|
|The Breakthrough of Racial Understanding|