Urban Ministry: The Kingdom, the City and the People of God
"Urban Ministry . . . is a pivotal resource for those interested in understanding God's perspective on ministering within urban contexts of the 21st century."--Ken Castor, The Journal of Youth Ministry, Fall 2011"As a refreshingly exhaustive, provacative, relevant, and practical opus, though, Urban Ministry will serve many current and future urban church workers quite well as both a textbook and a reference book for grappling with the various complexities of and ripe opportunities for ministry in twenty-first century urban contexts."--Dien Ashley Taylor, Concordia Theological Quarterly 74 (2010)"Conn and Ortiz in Urban Ministry set out with the goal to understand the city and God's work in it. They undertake this task with a thorough examination of the urban milieu historically, psychologically, sociologically, ethnographically, demographically, and biblically. Not being an Evangelical, I still highly recommend that every Christian who is involved or interested in urban ministry read this book."--Frank Mills, Borderlands Review, (frankamills.com), October 2008 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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