How a Limited View of Poverty, Social Justice, & the Gospel is Keeping Our Community From Thriving...and How We Can Change.

Book Summary

83% of Evansville identifies as Christian. Yet...addiction, abuse, housing, & poverty are major issues in our community. Is something in our faith disconnected?


Like looking at life through a broken pair of glasses, a limited view of the gospel hurts our community, our churches, and our own lives. What if Jesus' way of life is design to affect every area of our lives, our churches, and our community?


Community One and the Evansville Christian Life Center created this book to start a conversation about how a full understanding of the gospel can transform our community.

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