Book by Wilson, Bill
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Bill Wilson is the Founder and Senior Pastor of Metro World Child, the world's largest Sunday School, and an international Christian humanitarian organization with headquarters in Brooklyn, New York. Metro reaches more than 75,000 inner-city children and their families every week in New York City and around the world. Based on his principle that "it is easier to build boys and girls than to repair men and women," this successful, relationship-centered pattern is currently recognized as one of the top ten influential ministries having the greatest impact around the world today.
Abandoned at 12 years old by his alcoholic mother, Bill's body still bears the scars of several childhood disorders. The painful beginning to his story is the same one he hears from the children he now reaches out to--that they have been abandoned by their families, society and even the agencies who are supposed to care for them. From a timid young boy, he has grown into a messenger of hope in the extreme darkness of today's inner city . . . and the price for his commitment has been high.
"Pastor Bill," as he is known to the kids, has been hospitalized repeatedly and continues to be treated for a gunshot wound to his mouth and jaw following a robbery. Personal adversity has only strengthened his resolve to do "whatever it takes." Bill Wilson has always believed that what happens in you is more important than what happens to you.
Pastor Bill speaks at leadership conferences and Pastor's schools around the world focusing on reaching families, children, and the cities they live in. This book, Whose Child Is This? has been translated in 31 languages. The curriculum developed through this ministry is tested and proven in the hardcore, inner-city culture of New York City before being translated into four languages and utilized in hundreds of cities worldwide using Bill Wilson's unique concept of "Sidewalk Sunday School."
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Descripción Vida, 1992. Unbound. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110829709614
Descripción Vida, 1992. Unbound. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0829709614