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Title Street Saints : Renewing America's Cities.
Imprint West Conshohocken : Templeton Foundation Press, 2004.

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Description 1 online resource (353 pages)
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Subject Social service -- United States -- Case studies.
Volunteer workers in social service -- United States -- Case studies.
Volunteer workers in community development -- United States -- Case studies.
People with social disabilities -- Services for -- United States -- Case studies.
Church charities -- United States -- Case studies.
United States.
Genre Case studies.
Contents Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I -- The People: Portraits of Street Saints; Part II -- The Programs: What Works and Why, as Street Saints Change Lives; Part III -- The Cities: A Vision as Big as a City; Part IV -- The Big Picture: Faith at Work in America's History; Appendix: Contact Information for Street Saints; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
Summary Based on eight years of hands-on experience and more than 300 interviews, Street Saints is both a book of motivational stories about unsung heroes and a sociological study of the "faith factor," documenting faith-based programs that are treating social maladies in America. This book takes readers on a tour of communities and institutions in America where faith-based initiatives are making a difference. It offers inspiration, role models, and guidelines for people who would like to give back to their own communities.
Other Title 9781932031768