Social Issues and Missions

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Social Issues and Missions

 

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  • Ellison, Craig (2010-12-13)
    By turning our backs on the inner city we are turning our backs on people in need of the evangelistic message of the Gospel. The title is a rhetorical question whose answer is simple, "All around me." Ellison challenges ...
  • Thompson, Richard A, (2010-12-13)
    In Dieter T. Hessel's Preface to his book Social Ministry, he states: All church members share one common ministry, which is social in all of its aspects. Thus there is no question as to whether the church will be involved ...
  • Miles, Al (2010-12-13)
    One-quarter of the women in the Unites States will be abused by an intimate. A loving and sensitive response for us can make a difference to a survivor as she struggles with the process of healing. Clergy can be more active ...
  • Weaver, Andrew J.; Stapleton, Carolyn L. (2010-12-13)
    This article selection deals with the socio-economic effects of gambling, and the addiction waiting to infect some participants. While minors can not legally participate in gambling activities in any state, the statistics ...
  • Larson, Ross Henry (2010-12-13)
    What is an aging Ministry? Is this what we did in our youth when we visited nursing homes in our community? Look for Larson to distinguish between ministry involving elderly persons and ministry among the aging? But aren’t ...