Walking With The Poor Paperback
Principles and Practices of Transformational Development
by Bryant Myers;
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Walking With The Poor
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"A masterpiece of integration and application that draws widely on the best Christian and scientific sources on development and draws solid conclusions from what we have learned from experience in ministries around the world." From the Foreword by Paul G. Hiebert
"A book from which Christians of every church tradition can draw deeply and profit greatly. The practical wisdom found here can only be the result of what is expressed by its title: 'walking with the poor.'"-- --Stephen B. Bevans, Catholic Theological Union
In this revised and updated edition of a modern classic, Bryant Myers shows how Christian mission can contribute to dismantling poverty and social evil. Integrating the best principles and practice of the international development community, the thinking and experience of Christian nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and a theological framework for transformational development, Myers demonstrates what is possible when we cease to treat the spiritual and physical domains of life as separate and unrelated.
Walking With The Poor by Bryant Myers was published by Orbis Books in December 2011 and is our 22523rd best seller. The ISBN for Walking With The Poor is 9781570759390.
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|Page last updated||25th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Bryant Myers|
|Publisher||Orbis Books (December 2011)|
|Edition||Revised, Expanded ed.|
|Number of Pages||416|