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Resource: DVD (STAORT) Start Becoming a Good Samaritan     
Author: Ortberg, John
Publisher: Zondervan, 2009
Vendor: Zondervan Direct Source
Length: 6 sessions
Heading: PSG — Personal Spiritual Growth
Subjects: Bible, Study And Teaching; Personal Growth; Spiritual Life And Growth; Teachings Of Jesus
Location: PSG
# Copies: 2
ISBN/ISSN: 9780310285069
 Description: A stellar lineup of pastors and Christian leaders helps the church take action on issues of social justice.
Start Becoming a Good Samaritan is the first widely distributed Christian curriculum explaining Christian social responsibility and justice, a topic that has been building a great deal of buzz within the ranks of Church leadership, but has not yet ignited - as an action-based movement - the people who matter the most…. The millions of potential Good Samaritans sitting in the pews. The time is NOW.
These six dynamic sessions cover issues like poverty, AIDS, racism, genocide, child slavery, the disenfranchised (widows, orphans, the disabled), caring for the environment, and the dynamic impact a single Samaritan can make. Hosting each of the six sessions will be John Ortberg.
This curriculum will also feature global leaders like Gary Haugen, Shane Claiborne, Brenda Salter-McNeil, Bishop John Rucyahana (Rwanda), Bishop Desmond Tutu, Chuck Colson, Zach Hunter, and many others. These presenters and other participants - both known and unknown - will be woven into each session, creating a fabric composed of topical experts, theologians, front-line workers, victims, encouragers and first-timers so that those viewing can get a complete picture of the challenges and an understanding of how they can get involved - right where they live.
6 Sessions 30 minutes
Links:Session 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvZ-L7LJTYo
Age Groups: Young Adult; Adult (30-65)


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