Loving the Broken: Follow God's Heart into Compassionate Living
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After a decade of effort with little detectable progress, pastor Andy Cannon was instrumental in the rapid birthing of several inner-city ministries among the broken and oppressed in Denver. These ministries have impacted the lives of many thousands of people and now serve as a model for many other inner-city ministries in the US and internationally.

Loving the Broken chronicles the journey from Andy's dramatic conversion through his part in the founding and success of these ministries, weaving true stories of the tragedy and triumph he has encountered--in his own and others' lives--as he followed God's call.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Wesleyan Publishing House
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0898277418
ISBN-13: 9780898277418

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This is a great book for people who wonder how they can take a more active role in ministries of compassion.
After a decade of effort with little detectable progress, Pastor Andy Cannon experienced some remarkable events that led to the rapid birthing of several inner-city ministries the broken and oppressed in Denver. These ministries (such as Providence Network and Bud's Warehouse) have impacted the lives of many thousands of people and now serve as a model for many other inner-city ministries in the U.S. and internationally.

Loving the Broken chronicles the journey from Andy's dramatic conversion through the founding and success of these ministries, weaving true stories of the tragedy and triumph he has encountered—in his own and others' lives—as he followed God's call.

Andy's passion is to help the reader "follow the trail of God's heart" in their lives as well. Throughout his story, he shares God's heart and the principles he has discovered in his journey that readers can take away for their own lives and ministries. The realistic descriptions of the long process of growth and change, accompanied by the ups and downs in his and others' lives, provide a heartfelt understanding of the process of growth and compassion for others.

Author Bio

Andy Cannon is the co-founder and director of Denver's Providence Homes network, which has served many thousands of men, women, and children since 1987. In 2009, he received the Spiritual Leader Award from the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. Andy is also the pastor of Open Door Fellowship, which he founded in 1984.

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