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Travelers On the Journey:
Pastors Talk About Their Lives and Commitments

Mark D. Constantine

Photographs by Eric J. Gottesman

Homelessness, violence, troubled schools, fraying families — how can people of faith address such deplorable public realities? How much should be expected of pastors who already face impossibly high demands from some quarters and distrust from others?

Through interviews as instructive as they are inspiring, Travelers
on the Journey
brings readers face-to-face with six socially
engaged pastors across the American South. Serving Protestant, Catholic,
and nondenominational congregations from rural Arkansas to urban
Atlanta, these men and women are involved with such innovative projects
as a community grocery store and a charter school for students expelled
by the local public school system.

Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans
Co.
as part of the Pulpit & Pew series.

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