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One girl. One dress. One year. For freedom. When sixteen-year-old Bethany Winz learned about the millions of men, women, and children around the world trapped in slavery, her stomach churned. How can anyone do that to another human being? she wondered. And why aren't we doing something? This is the story of Bethany's "something."
Journey with her as she wears the same black dress every day for a year to focus attention on the lack of choices people in modern-day slavery face and raise money to help end human trafficking. As Bethany works to bring freedom to people worldwide, she'll discover how much she too needs freedom. You'll be inspired not only to change the world in your own way but also to experience the life-changing freedom of God's irrepressible love.
Vendor: SCM Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.51 X 0.90 (inches)|
answers related to those needs through all that is implied in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Whatever else may be in doubt about the New Testament, it is clear that the Word of the Cross is its very heart and nerve centre. My aim has been to establish lines of communication between that nerve centre and the alienation of mankind in our contemporary world.'
In this classic study of atonement, now reissued, Dr Dillistone not
only examines the biblical and theological material on atonement but also surveys a wide range of human experience, including other religions, literature and the arts.