Pay as you wish! You are welcome to get it for free if you really need the book but hardly afford it.
original price: RM39
purchase price: RM18
Author: Peter Watheston
Publisher: Marshall Pickering, 1994
- Good condition. Carefully read. Got some creases on the corners.
Originally established in what was regarded as the worst slum in Britain, the Mayflower Family Centre, an Anglican church with a difference in London's East End, has been a model for every local church as it has grappled with making Christianity relevant and significant for the culture which surrounds it. It has fought battles to overcome the sense of injustice and powerlessness which many inner-city communities feel. This history is told by a succession of local characters, present staff and previous leaders such as Bishop David Sheppard. Thankful for its successes, frank and honest about its mistakes, it contains lessons for all church members and leaders everywhere, particularly in inner-city or deprived areas.
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* Christian, Christianity, Religious