Hope Matters: The Untold Story of How Faith Works in America

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Mary Gonzales strolls the streets of Chicago's meatpacking district every evening, keeping a watchful eye over "her" neighborhood kids. Tony Ortiz encourages young men in California state prisons to break free of the brutal gang life he once knew all too well. Joe Hynes, Brooklyn's district attorney, champions women and children, not wanting them to suffer as he suffered.They, and the twenty-one other amazing people interviewed by Jack Calhoun, are reshaping lives and communities across America. They include Christians of ...

Hope Matters: The Untold Story of How Faith Works in America 2007, Bartleby Press

ISBN-13: 9780910155724

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