Learning to Walk Again: Rethinking Just About Everything I Know
Learning to Walk Again: Rethinking Just About Everything I Know is a compendium of reflections from thirty years of ministry by a suburban pastor who found himself suddenly immersed in an urban, marginalized, underserved multi-ethnic community. It was there he discovered that his four earned theological degrees had really only prepared him for ministry within white, middle class suburbia. These deeply personal stories center around the learning curve that took him on a journey into poverty, the need of a more holistic gospel, the deep significance of community, cultural competency, long-term commitment to a geographical community and authentic spirituality.
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