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Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor (California Series in Public Anthropology): Amartya Sen, Paul Farmer.

Check out these resources before our next mission trip: webinar on Inculturating the Gospel; Serving with your Eyes Wide Open; and Cultural Intelligence!

Serving with Eyes Wide Open: Doing Short-Term Missions with Cultural Intelligence: David A.

Everyday Bias - Book Review - SocialWorker.com Everyday Bias belongs on the desk...of everyone and anyone who has contact with people. #bookreview

Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives, Howard J.

For anyone considering going on a short-term or long-term mission trip, this book is excellent!

Serving With Eyes Wide Open- beautiful and high class reading for pre-mission trip preparation.

The author confronts us with a paradox: in the midst of unprecedented material affluence and organizational efficiency, one that uses advanced technologies and cutting-edge scientific knowledge, we are also sinking into an unprecedented cultural, moral, intellectual, and spiritual decline.

The author confronts us with a paradox: in the midst of unprecedented material affluence and organizational efficiency, one that uses advanced technologies and cutting-edge scientific knowledge, we are also sinking into an unprecedented cultural, moral, intellectual, and spiritual decline.

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Completely revised in The Upside-Down Kingdom continues to change people's lives. In it, Donald B. Kraybill shows how the

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