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The Least of These My Brothers
The Least of These My Brothers
Author: Harold Bell Wright, Michael R. Phillips (Editor)
ISBN-13: 9781556610561
ISBN-10: 1556610564
Publication Date: 1/1989
Pages: 298
Rating:
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3.7 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Bethany House Pub
Book Type: Paperback
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Harold Bell Wright yearned to make a lasting, moral impact on his rough mining town community. Concerned that the church be more than a mere social club, Wright penned this compelling story of ministry to the homeless, a ministry in which the teachings of Christ are demonstrated in a dynamic way.
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The story of a printer, Dick Falkner, who arrives in Boyd City nearly penniless. Times are hard and beggars abound, and Falkner lives among them until finally landing a job at Udell's print-shop. When he begins attending a young people's group at a large church, his influence results in the youth starting a program for the down-and-out of the city. But this is quickly met by church opposition. To make matters worse, a class-conscious elder takes offense at his daughter's interest in Falkner and forces her away into the world of high society with all its corruption.
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