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God's Neighborhood: A Hopeful Journey in Racial Reconciliation and Community Renewal

As I’ve been spending some time studying mercy ministries and are call to seek the welfare of San Diego, I’ve found a few resources that I hope to read. Here is one: God’s Neighborhood: A Hopeful Journey in Racial Reconciliation and Community Renewal . Has anyone read this? I’m planning on picking up a copy.

Book Description: God’s Neighborhood: A Hopeful journey in Racial Reconciliation and Community Renewal, by Scott Roley, with James Isaac Elliott. Roley thought he was headed for a singing/songwrit’mg career, but when he and his family wound up in an underserved neighborhoodcalled, appropriately, Hard Bargain-a personal journey into community renewal, social justice, and racial reconciliation ensued. Roley writes honestly and humorously about what it means to truly love one’s neighbor.

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  1. Hey. I know this is late, but I figured I’d still let you know I’ve read God’s Neighborhood. It’s a great book.

    I definitely recommend it. It’s a good way to get a grasp of what social concern looks like in real life. I think a lot of us right now are saying we want to do justice and love mercy, but we don’t have a lot of examples to go on. He’s a great example to look to.

    Another one you may have heard of is More Than Equals – Spencer Perkins and Chris Rice. On the topic of racial reconciliation. Excellent.

    Good reading!

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