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We can see evidence of injustice all around us, whether in continuing incidents of racial inequality or in the systemic forces that disenfranchise people and perpetuate poverty. In an age of hashtag and armchair activism, merely raising awareness about injustice is not enough. Author Michelle Warren and her family have chosen to live in communities where they are "proximate to the pain of the poor." Proximity changes our perspective, compels our response, and keeps us committed to the journey of pursuing justice for all. Move beyond awareness and experience the power of proximity.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2017
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The Church As Movement: Starting and Sustaining Missional-Incarnational CommunitiesJR Woodward & Dan White, Jr.InterVarsity Press / 2016 / Trade Paperback$15.99 Retail:
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"In Jesus, God leaves all the comforts of heaven, puts on skin, and moves into a broken worldborn a refugee, wandering as a homeless rabbi, executed as a criminal. In this book, Michelle Warren dares us to follow the suffering Christ by leaning into the suffering of our world. She calls us not to conform to the patterns of this world, which might otherwise convince us to move out of Jesus's neighborhood and avoid the streets of Jericho, where people still get beat up."
"The great Holocaust writer and survivor Elie Wiesel says that we are most universal when we are most particular. Michelle Warren takes us through her individual and particular journey in a way that powerfully reveals the core of the call to all of us, wherever we come from, to love mercy and do justice. A wonderful book for young Christiansand for all Christians who have begun to authentically wrestle with the demands of whole-gospel discipleship. Wise, funny, and well written. Read it!"
"Warren offers us a theology of testimonythat is, a theology that grows out of lived life. This is an account of a journey into a richer understanding of God and the mission to which he calls his people. But a testimony is more than a retelling. The Power of Proximity beckons us to join the pilgrimage to walk alongside the vulnerablea pilgrimage that will transform how we incarnate Christian faith."
"Michelle Warren is a faithful witness to the power of proximity. She writes like she liveswith great passion and purposeand shows us the path to justice by sharing her own story with vulnerability and insight. The Power of Proximity urges us to overcome our fears and courageously cross the deep dividing lines within our society. We are challenged not only to get close to those who are hurting on the Jericho road, but to transform the whole road!"