A Local Example Toward Bridging the Divide Between Sacred and Secular: A Case Study in Transformational Community Development

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Assemblies of God Theological Seminary at Evangel University, Springfield, Missouri, 2013 - Christianity and culture - 416 pages
Separation between the secular and the sacred spheres of life has become so commonplace in America that many people struggle to find ways to integrate their faith with their daily lives. To address the need for public faith practice, this project created a long-term Faith and Community Partnership Prototype between Our Fathers House (OFH), and Assemblies of God church in the city of California, Maryland, and Park Hall Elementary Title 1 School (PHES) in Park Hall, Maryland. The project prvided tools for people to improve the quality of their lives and experience upward economic lift.

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