In order to engage with poverty and need, we must re-evaluate our own attitudes and adopt a poverty-busting lifestyle.
With biblical insight and practical examples A Church for the Poor presents a vision of the church as a place where people from all sections of society can find a home and play a part.
It is impossible to alleviate poverty—in its fullest sense—apart from the local church.
Alan Platt shows readers how to become effective city changers as they engage with the classrooms, boardrooms, and marketplaces of their cities.
A relational approach to 21st-century mission
Practical recommendations and a compelling theological reflection on welfare and poverty
An invaluable resource to a Church thinking about Mission today, and how to ground that Mission in scripture and give it fresh momentum.
Accompaniment. It is friendship, but it's more than that! It is mentoring, with a crucial aim.
Explores what it means for Christians and churches to engage with the world