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is the founder and Executive Director of Breakthrough Urban Ministries and holds a D.Min. and master's degree in Urban Mission. She also serves as pastor of community life at the River City Community Church in Chicago, as an adjunct professor at Wheaton College and is the author of The Invisible: What the Church Can Do to Find and Serve the Least of These.
By Arloa Sutter on 07/06/2010
As I have walked for the past eighteen years alongside thousands of men and women who have become homeless…and as I have visited impoverished communities throughout the world, I have discovered…We actually can…find sustainable, manageable ways to make a difference in the lives of the poor…
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