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Reflecting with Scripture on Community Organizing

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Reflecting with Scripture on Community Organizing

Rev. Jeff Krehbiel offers reflections on four passages from the Christian Scriptures and how they relate to the experience of community organizing.

ISBN: 9780879464486

- Product #: 1052
- Format: paperback
- Page Count: 60
- Pub. Date: 11/1/2010
- Publisher: ACTA Publications

Price: $5.95
 

Rev. Jeff Krehbiel, pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims in Washington, D.C. and co-chair of the Washington Interfaith Network, offers reflections on four passages from the Christian Scriptures and how they relate to the experience of community organizing. He also offers a Group Study Guide for congregational use. His topics include:

 

    • From Crowd to Community (Mark 6:30-44)
    • From Anger to Action (Exodus 3:1-9, 4:10-13)
    • From Pride to Perseverance (Luke 18:1-8)
    • From "The World As It Is" to "The World As It Should Be" (Isaiah 65:17-25)
Reverend Jeffrey K. Krehbiel
 
The Rev. Dr. Jeffrey K. Krehbiel is the pastor of Church of the Pilgrims, a congregation in the PCUSA located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC. He is a co-chair of the Washington Interfaith Network, a faith-based community organization affiliated with the Industrial Areas Foundation, the largest and oldest network of "broad-based" community organizations in the United States, with more than sixty affiliates nation wide. He is a graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan and McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, and earned a Doctor of Ministry in "Gospel and Culture" at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. He has been involved in community organizing for more than twenty-five years, serving urban pastorates in New York City and Wilmington, Delaware before coming to Washington DC in 2000.