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Reaching the World in Our Own Backyard

A Guide to Building Relationships with People of Other Faiths and Cultures

by Rajendra Pillai

  • 227 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by WaterBrook Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • Religion - Evangelism,
  • Evangelistic work,
  • Religion,
  • Christianity - Christian Life - General,
  • Religious aspects,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Christian Ministry - Evangelism,
  • Religion / Evangelism,
  • Reading Group Guide,
  • Christianity - Evangelism,
  • Christianity,
  • Intercultural communication

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8754497M
    ISBN 101578566010
    ISBN 109781578566013
    OCLC/WorldCa51607715

      #1 New York Times bestselling authors former First Lady Laura Bush and her daughter Jenna Bush Hager have created an exuberant picture book tribute to our national parks and the importance and fun of connecting with nature.. Our Great Big Backyard follows Jane, whose plans of spending the summer playing video games with her friends are dashed when .   Despite the growing globalization of our world, there are still 7, unreached people groups (UPGs), ethnic groups with no indigenous Christian presence. The existence of these groups is a large part of why, as a church, we are seeking to plant 1, churches by the year in strategic areas around the world.

    Mission Statement: The World in Our Backyard programs have been created by teachers, for teachers, in order to provide the following: A learning environment that has unique and interactive exhibits. A curriculum that equips you with the knowledge and understanding of different cultures. Available for Order: Love Unleashes Life: Abortion and the Art of Communicating Truth. The e-book version can be ordered at or . For paper copies, Canadians can order online here. Americans can order online here. Orders outside of North America can be made by e-mailing [email protected]

    SPEAKER 2: With the rise of artificial intelligence, we never know when we could have the same thing happen in our own backyard. SPEAKER 3: Originally created for better communication, people tend to distance themselves from each other by using their : Charles Bergquist. The book builds a foundation of connection to the natural world and offers wonderful principles and examples that model how the human community can benefit from connection nature and other people. Ethics for harvesting and values of tending the wild are clear, well-informed and beneficial for the regenerative principles shared.


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Reaching the World in Our Own Backyard is designed as a guidebook for Christians to better understand and engage people from other countries including immigrants, foreign exchange students, and tourists. Contact’Rev.’David’Kim,’Mission’Director’of’’andFounderof’’ *Email:’[email protected] REACHING THE WORLD IN OUR OWN BACKYARD: A guide to building relationships with people of other faiths and culture Rajendra K.

Pillai. Colorado Springs, Colorado: Water Brook Press, Reviewed By Rev. Elwin Johnson Rethinasamy Mission Developer and Consultant, South Asian Ministries, Atlantic District- Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, NY, USA.

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The problem is ourselves. We need to own our own shit. We need to clean our own backyard and stop feeding the monsters that are, in turn, harming (and even killing) our friends and families. If we stop giving money to the monsters, they stop being. In Our Backyard is an extremely eye opening book.

It is a non-fiction novel about the exploration and explanation of Human Trafficking in our society. It was shocking. It was horrifying. It was eye-opening. While I have always been aware of the exploitation and trafficking of people, I did not truly grasp the extend and depth of this issue/5.

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Pillai explains cultural considerations and common points of reference to readers eager to share the good. Ingram's Global Connect program connects your books to print channels all over the world. In addition to Ingram’s own print facilities in the US, UK, and Australia, you can take advantage of Global Connect partners in China, Germany, India, Italy, Poland, Russia, and South Korea, and put your book in the hands of readers across the globe.

In Our Backyard: Human Trafficking in America and What We Can Do to Stop It Book Reviews “Nita Belles has been on the front lines in confronting human trafficking in America. As the title of In Our Backyard makes plain, modern day slavery is not just an international phenomenon involving victims who are smuggled into [ ].

The World In Our Backyard. Movement #1: THE WORLD IS OUR MISSION FIELD. Isn’t that exciting, to see people seal their commitment to Christ by being baptized makes all the effort of witness worthwhile. It speaks powerfully that there is indescribable truth to Jesus statement, which brings the book of Matthew to a close.

The book, In Our Backyard, is a book documenting the horrors of the human and sex trafficking that occurs both in America and across the globe. This book sickened me. Reading the horrifying stories of the young men and women who are trapped in the sex industry made me realize that I am sadly unaware of the tragedies that surround me.5/5(3).

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Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney. After roughhousing with buddies in the backyard at the end of his party, Walt gets a little weepy. collecting clues, like spies in our own home. He.The book’s author promotes the concept of understanding your property as a whole ecosystem with compassion for all the variety of life in it.” —The Mining Journal (Marquette, Michigan) “Wild Can Be Beautiful!

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