SERVE well. Understand the needs. Learn how to connect with neighbors, classmates, coworkers and others who come from different cultural, ethnic, racial & socioeconomic backgrounds. We will add to this list over time. Don't see a resource you think should be here? If so, contact us here.
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From the creator of Tom's Shoes, which introduced the concept of One for One (Buy One Give One), we receive inspiration and actionable advice to seize this moment in time to get a venture off the ground that can put money in your pocket while changing lives for good.
Author and social entrepreneur Adam Braun shares his riveting story of inspiration and heart change and how he was able to start with just $25 and build more than 250 schools in communities around the world. A captivating and compelling read.
Dubbed a guidebook for Christians to better understand & engage people from other countries including immigrants, foreign exchange students, and tourists, this book helps us to better understand cultural considerations and common points of connection.
A paradigm-forming contemporary classic on the subject of poverty alleviation, this book helps us to better understand the issues in a more comprehensive manner and to discover sustainable change from the inside out.
Christ-followers in the West have an unprecedented opportunity to have meaningful contact with, and positive impact upon, people from all over the world. Many come from closed countries and/or persecuted circumstances. Written by a practitioner himself, this book is a gem!
From the bestselling authors of Half The Sky, a treatise on the value of women, comes this gem exploring the issue of altruism. The book offers practical, results-driven advice on how each of us can best give and reveals the lasting benefits we gain in return.
Too often Western missionaries are perceived by the people they intend to serve as having attitudes of superiority, even when they don't intend to communicate that message! How to change? Adopt a posture of genuine Christ-like humility. Author Duane Elmer explains how.
In this 2002 book, cross-cultural specialist Patty Lane us how to develop hands-on relational skills that build cross-cultural friendships and provides practical resources to help you navigate multicultural environments with sensitivity and savvy. Relevant, ever moreso today.
Written as a tool to inspire the aspiring social entrepreneur, Dr. Lauren Speeth draws from her experiences working with Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and outlines a Seven Pillar methodology to bring about the best results in any social entrepreneurial venture.
How many of us "neighbor" well? I'll confess, I could improve a lot in this area. Two pastors have teamed up in this book to provide a host of reasons for and tools to better connect with the neighbors all around you, many of them from cultures different than yours.