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Beyond our comfort zone : developing social ministry programs in multiethnic settings / Miguel de Jesús.

By: Jesús, Miguel de.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Minneapolis : Augsburg Fortress, c2002Description: 64 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0806638761; 9780806638768.Subject(s): Church work with minorities | Church and social problems | Sociology, Christian
Contents:
The work of the people -- All of life is a living act of faith -- Stepping out in-vocation -- Exploring culture and community -- Going out -- Becoming part of the community -- Seeking your congregation's role -- Building ministry together -- Preparing for change -- If we build it, they will come.
Summary: This guide for the pastor, leader, social ministry committee or task force moves beyond doing social ministry for others to engaging in ministry with others. Provides practical advice and skills training for congregations who want to build a partnership with their neighborhoods.
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BV 4468 .J47 2002 (Browse shelf) Available 30092100982975
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"Recommended resources: Books ; Congregational studies and strategies ; Organizations": p. 62-64.

This guide for the pastor, leader, social ministry committee or task force moves beyond doing social ministry for others to engaging in ministry with others. Provides practical advice and skills training for congregations who want to build a partnership with their neighborhoods.

The work of the people -- All of life is a living act of faith -- Stepping out in-vocation -- Exploring culture and community -- Going out -- Becoming part of the community -- Seeking your congregation's role -- Building ministry together -- Preparing for change -- If we build it, they will come.

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