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Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
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Three hundred million - that's the number of people subjected to slavery, sex-trafficking, discrimination, and unspeakable poverty in India. That's the same number of people as live in the entire United States. They are the Dalit people, the untouchables.
When Matthew Cork, a California pastor, first encountered the Dalits he was shaken to his core. He learned that Gandhi's success at bringing about freedom did not extend to freeing the Dalits from the bondage of the Caste system that has oppressed them for centuries. Cork was moved to commit his church to partner with The Dalit Freedom Network to build 200 schools over ten years, a commitment of over 20 million dollars. And they are doing it. The movement has gained such momentum that a dramatic, feature-length film, Not Today (Nottodaythemovie.com) is being produced and promoted by the same group that did so for Courageous, Facing the Giants, and Fireproof.
This book tells story of the Dalit people and the rising efforts to set them free, in both soul and society. It is a story of both brokenness and hope, of oppression and freedom. It calls the reader to join in the movement to freedom and restoration. The Dalits need your help. Why not start today?
KENNETH KEMP is Western Regional Director of Development with Operation Mobilization USA and a self-confessed word junky. He has been writing ever since he got recognition in his sixth grade class for an original story he wrote the Christmas in 1959. He went to school too long (Moody Bible Institute (B.A., 1971), UCLA and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (M.Div., 1974). If he could turn back the clock, he would have been an English major. He gets impatient with pretense. Flight fascinates him. He has too many electronic gadgets. Kenneth watched his life partner, Carolyn, deliver all three of their children. He has been amazed ever since. Now their offspring are producing babies of their own. He lives in Orange County, California.