The Urban Halo : a Story of Hope for Orphans of the Poor. [print]

By: Greenfield, Craig [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Bucks, United Kingdom. Authentic Media, [(c)2007Description: 194 pages ; 20 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781850787273; 1850787271Subject(s): Greenfield, Craig -- Biography | Project HALOLOC classification: BV3306.U733 2007BV3306.G8.G812.U733 2007COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Something Made Me Stop Orphans in My Family Called to the Urban Poor Child of the Khmer Rouge Relocation Welcome to Victory Creek Bridge Life in the Slum-Box Children of the Orphanages A Mother Substitute The Birth of Project HALO Plates in a Basket Will Rattle Gold in Cloth The End of the Road Church Planting Amongst Orphans Here Come the Jesus PEople The Big Brother and Sisters Disciplining Orphans Spreading the Word A Social Movement of the Orphans Gutted by Betrayal Kicked Out, Again
Summary: The story of one family's time in a Cambodian slum, establishing aninnovative ministry caring for over a thousand orphans. "When Jesus moved from the most exclusive community in the universe to the worst ghetto in the world, seeking out prostitutes, lepers, and children, he sparked revolution in at least one man's life. My own." Craig left a high-flying job to move to Cambodia and set up home with his wife in the Phnom Penh slums. As the poor became their neighbours and their friends,a distinctive ministry began to emerge. Project HALO has transformed the lives of hundreds of children affected by AIDS, and empowered the poor to care for their own orphans. Craig Greenfield left a high-flying job to move to Cambodia and set up home with his wife in the Phnom Penh slums. As the poor became their neighbours and their friends, a distinctive ministry began to emerge. Project HALO has transformed the lives of hundreds of children affected by AIDS, and empowered the poor to care for their own orphans. AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/Urban-Halo-Craig-Greenfield/dp/1850787271/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1591813399&sr=8-1
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Something Made Me Stop Orphans in My Family Called to the Urban Poor Child of the Khmer Rouge Relocation Welcome to Victory Creek Bridge Life in the Slum-Box Children of the Orphanages A Mother Substitute The Birth of Project HALO Plates in a Basket Will Rattle Gold in Cloth The End of the Road Church Planting Amongst Orphans Here Come the Jesus PEople The Big Brother and Sisters Disciplining Orphans Spreading the Word A Social Movement of the Orphans Gutted by Betrayal Kicked Out, Again

The story of one family's time in a Cambodian slum, establishing aninnovative ministry caring for over a thousand orphans. "When Jesus moved from the most exclusive community in the universe to the worst ghetto in the world, seeking out prostitutes, lepers, and children, he sparked revolution in at least one man's life. My own." Craig left a high-flying job to move to Cambodia and set up home with his wife in the Phnom Penh slums. As the poor became their neighbours and their friends,a distinctive ministry began to emerge. Project HALO has transformed the lives of hundreds of children affected by AIDS, and empowered the poor to care for their own orphans. Craig Greenfield left a high-flying job to move to Cambodia and set up home with his wife in the Phnom Penh slums. As the poor became their neighbours and their friends, a distinctive ministry began to emerge. Project HALO has transformed the lives of hundreds of children affected by AIDS, and empowered the poor to care for their own orphans. AMAZON

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Craig Greenfield left a successful life as an executive to move to a Cambodian slum. There he found a ministry caring for over a thousand orphans. Craig now heads Servants to Asia's Urban Poor.

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