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Wednesday Giveaway - To Transform a City

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To Transform a City Yesterday I quoted from To Transform a City by Eric Swanson and Sam Williams. Today you have a chance to win it!

Why the focus on cities? Because “In the year 2007, the number of people living in the cities of the world—finally and irreversibly—exceeded the number of people living in rural areas. The earth’s population is now more urban than rural, and Christian leaders are trying to figure out what this means for the church.

Swanson and Williams crafted this book while working with missional leaders from cities around the world in order to set some guideposts for others looking to minister in an urban setting. Cities present a different challenge than rural ministry but, as the book points out, the early Christian movement was largely urban so we have rich material to point us on our way.

Z-blog Engaging Church recently ran a To Transform a City blog tour, and you can follow this link to the reviews that were posted.

This giveaway will run through Thursday evening, and there will be two copies up for grabs. To enter, just comment below with your answer to this question: which urban center has the most influence in the area that you live?

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