The chronic large-scale problem of homelessnes and affordable housing has been dramatically and achingly portrayed in accounts of Hurricane Katrina, the South Asian Tsunami and more. This is intended primarily for use in congreations and by general readers who are interested in the issue of homelessness and the story of how Habitat for Humanity's founder Jonathan Reckford's ideas became a ray of hope and promise for people around the world.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: Fortress Press Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches) ISBN: 0800638883 ISBN-13: 9780800638887 Availability: In Stock
Intended primarily for use in congregations and by general readers who are interested in the issue of affordable housing and homelessness, Reckford tells the story of how Habitat has touched the lives of people around the world and is transforming not only those receiving housing but those who participate as builders. The final chapter helps individuals and groups take a "justice, mercy, and humility" self-check and lays out a list of action suggestions. Includes an online small group Leader's Guide and participant Study Guide.