Deeply Woven Roots.
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Deeply Woven Roots.    -     By: Gary Gunderson

Deeply Woven Roots.

Fortress Press / 1997 / Paperback

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Improving the quality of life in your community. Gunderson takes the eight major strengths of congregations and shows how they can be used to fill the gap between what a health care system will pay for and what it won't in caring for their members. Help your church become a more imaginative, courageous, and effective enabler of healing and well-being in personal and societal life.

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Title: Deeply Woven Roots.
By: Gary Gunderson
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 1997
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 0800630955
ISBN-13: 9780800630959
Stock No: WW0630955

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With insight born of experience and conviction, The Carter Center's Gary Gunderson suggests ways that congregations, religious leaders, and concerned individuals can take practical steps to improve the health of their communities.

As governmental involvement in alleviating social problems wanes, Gunderson argues, congregations are uniquely positioned to "feed the roots" that build and sustain community life. Their commitment can make the difference in addressing such problems as violence, substance abuse, housing, nutrition, and public health. His book shows why congregations matter, how religious commitment helps people transcend the individualism of today's world, what singular powers religious persons can bring to their communities, and how parishes can train people in skills for knowledge-building and community-building. He then offers a model of what a congregation in the year 2010 might be doing to improve the health of its larger "neighborhood."Eminently practical yet deeply religious, Gunderson's book will help people of faith nurture community life at its roots.

Author Bio

Gary Gunderson is VP of Faith and Health Ministries, Medical Center Administration, Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is responsible for a national program mobilizing faith groups around a broad range of health issues.

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