Dawn Reapers : Stories of Faith Spreading from the Philippines' Urban Poor / Patrick C. Hobbs. [print]

By: Hobbs, Patrick C [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Manila, Philippines : OMF Literature, (c)2012Description: 358 pages : 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789710092079Other title: Dawn ReapersSubject(s): Philippines -- Missionary Work | Practical TheologyGenre/Form: Theology. LOC classification: BX7321.2.H633.D396 2012
Contents:
Introduction ; The Move ; The City ; The Vision ; Love ; Old Railroad ; Scattered ; Celebration ; Companion ; Sweetheart ; Flood! Relief ; The Fight ; To the Providence ; A Fight ; To the Tribes ; Bridge ; Fire! Culture ; Abroad ; Hope.
Summary: Patrick and Pamela Hobbs worked with OMF International in the Philippines for some 17 years. Here in Manila Patrick launched a holistic community development project among the poor, with a special concern for at-risk youth. That project grew into a house church multiplication movement whose members reach out to other in the city and now more widely to other needy parts of Asia. Back book flap
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Includes Index.

Introduction ; The Move ; The City ; The Vision ; Love ; Old Railroad ; Scattered ; Celebration ; Companion ; Sweetheart ; Flood! Relief ; The Fight ; To the Providence ; A Fight ; To the Tribes ; Bridge ; Fire! Culture ; Abroad ; Hope.

Patrick and Pamela Hobbs worked with OMF International in the Philippines for some 17 years. Here in Manila Patrick launched a holistic community development project among the poor, with a special concern for at-risk youth. That project grew into a house church multiplication movement whose members reach out to other in the city and now more widely to other needy parts of Asia.
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