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Beggars at Our Gates, America's Homeless
     

Beggars at Our Gates, America's Homeless

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by Rev. Thomas R. Wilson Jr. D. Min.
 

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Tom Wilson served as pastor of an inner city church in Memphis, Tennessee for over twenty years. This book chronicles his successes and failures in ministering to those that our society has forgotten, the homeless who walk the streets of our cities all across the country. Equal parts auto-biography and case history, this book will open your eyes to solutions and

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Tom Wilson served as pastor of an inner city church in Memphis, Tennessee for over twenty years. This book chronicles his successes and failures in ministering to those that our society has forgotten, the homeless who walk the streets of our cities all across the country. Equal parts auto-biography and case history, this book will open your eyes to solutions and opportunities--both Christian and secular--that haven't been widely considered. It will both break your heart and inspire you with recountings of specific stories of people that you won't soon forget. 100% of the author's profits from the sale of this book go straight to the church.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781257721689
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
03/05/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
690 KB

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