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Living in the Neighborhood: Developing a Sustainable Incarnational Ministry Among the Urban Poor

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Those called to incarnational urban poor ministry must learn to live in sustainable ways that can be maintained for the long haul. Living in the Neighborhood equips incarnational ministers to live meaningfully and to transform their communities for the glory of God. This book is a valuable resource for anyone involved in incarnational ministry among the urban poor, and for those preparing to go.

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T. Aaron Smith is on Servant Partners staff where he leads the Manila team. He is a founding leader of Botocan Bible Christian Fellowship. He teaches as an adjunct faculty at Asian Theological Seminary and is the lead instructor in Servant Partners Global Urban Training School: Foundations. He earned a Masters of Divinity from Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, Philippines, and a Doctor of Ministry from Bakke Graduate University in Seattle, Washington. Aaron and his wife, Ema, and their son, Zach, continue to live and serve among the urban poor.

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