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Ministries of Mercy: The Call of the Jericho Road (2nd Edition)

Ministries of Mercy: The Call of the Jericho Road (2nd Edition)
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Keller, Timothy J.

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Like the wounded man on the Jericho road, there are needy people in our path - the widow next door, the family strapped with medical bills, the homeless man outside our place of worship. God calls us to be ministers of mercy to people in need of shelter, assistance, medical care, or just friendships.

Here Timothy J. Keller demonstrates that caring for needy people is the job of every believer - not just church deacons - as fundamental to Christian living as evangelism, nurture, and worship. But Keller doesn't stop there. He shows how we can carry out this vital ministry as individuals, families, and churches. Along the way, he deals perspectively with many thorny issues, such as the costs of meeting needs versus the limits of time and resources, giving material aid versus teaching responsibility, and meeting needs within the church versus those outside.

About the Author

Timothy J. Keller (M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; D.Min., Westminster Theological Seminary) is senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, in Manhattan, and author of The Reason for God. He previously was Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, in Philadelphia, and Director of Mercy Ministries for the Presbyterian Church in America.

Book Details

236 Pages
Publisher: P&R Publishing Company
Publication Date: July 1997
ISBN 10: 0875522173
ISBN 13: 9780875522173

“Ministries of Mercy is a solid piece of work, the best of its kind that I have yet seen. It is concrete, down-to-earth, spelling out in specific detail every phase of what Keller calls the ministry of mercy.”
– Vernon C. Grounds