Seeing Economically Distressed Communities Through a New Lens
The St. Joseph Community Forum for Economic Justice is holding a one evening book study on Having Nothing, Possessing Everything. On March 21st, 7:00pm, author Reverend Mike Mather will lay out his vision for working with communities to bring forth their own creativity, imagination, and industry. The meeting will be on Zoom.
Rev. Mike is currently pastor of First United Methodist Church in Boulder, Colorado. He served Broadway United Methodist church in South Bend during the 1990s and early 2000’s.
“If you work for social and economic justice, are a community counselor, a teacher, or just anyone who works with people, Rev. Mike’s book, Having Nothing, Possessing Everything is a must read.
So often our models for helping are something of a one-way street: We give and they receive. In his little treasure of a book, Rev. Mike shares his vision in story and example of how the greatest gifts come when we become a catalyst that allows everyone to realize their own talents, gifts, and passions.” Rev. Jim McConnell, St. Joseph Community Forum for Economic Justice
To register for the 7:pm, March 21st Zoom Session: Click here.