Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Book Review: Rev.Dr Tina Carter And Rev.Dr Mindy Johnson-hicks: The Wealth Of Poverty Capitalizing The Opportunities Of Poverty For The Kingdom Of God

The Wealth of Poverty: Capitalizing the Opportunities of Poverty for the Kingdom of God

Author: Rev.Dr Tina Carter and Rev.Dr Mindy Johnson-hicks

Title: The Wealth Of Poverty Capitalizing The Opportunities Of Poverty For The Kingdom Of God 

Genre: Religion And Spirituality, Religious Studies, Society And Politics, Philosophy Social sciences

Synopsis: Often the church's efforts addressing poverty involve performing acts of service for or to the poor. These acts are some times motivated more by one's own needs or self interest than by genuine concern for the poor. Tina carter and Mindy Johnson-hicks invite readers to take a different approach in the wealth of poverty they invite readers to develop mutual relationships with persons of different economic groups and to foster a deeper understanding of culture of poverty and surprising wealth found there capitalize to convert into accessible wealth can you access the wealth of poverty? this book is our attempt to capitalize the benefits wrought within the culture of poverty and to entice others to come alongside us. Beauty and giftedness  can blossom out of living without resources blossoming in poverty is like a plant which grows in the crack in the sidewalk. Some times people call that weed the plant gets a label that makes it seem less worthy. However the fact that weeds can grow through incredibly difficult circumstances proves there is something gifted, productive and life-affirming about weeds - even through some label them as useless and undesirable the wealth of resources that exists in the culture of poverty often  gets overlooked due to similar labeling prejudice of cultural misunderstanding it is imperative to speak to the beauty in the culture without glossing over the brokenness of life without resources the goal of this work is to illuminate strengths in the culture of poverty, describe how those strengths are forged, and to teach cross-cultural skills for capitalizing this wealth of poverty in the kingdom.

Review: This book is real easy to get into and l was sent this book for a honest review and l really enjoyed reading this book and it was a quick read because it only has a few pages but l glad l read it and l am really glad l read this book and it is a must have on your bookshelf l am glad this book is in my library l got this book sent to me by bostick communications who l want to say thank you to them and the authors for sending me this book and l would like to read more about poverty l would like to read more from this authors. l would highly recommend this book to anybody its worth more then 5 stars but l can only rate it 5 stars. l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it is good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a really enjoyable storyline.

Star Rating: five out of five stars 

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