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God in the Alley offers a profound message of grace and calling that each one of us needs to hear. Each page is a seat belt that straps you in and the turning of the page pulls the straps tighter. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about God in the Alley , please sign up.
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May 13, Becky rated it it was amazing. May 04, Zolla rated it it was amazing.
This is what Christianity is all about
Honest, humble, real, and well written. Aug 24, Ann rated it liked it.
Read for A Way of Life Journey group. Good reminder that God often meets us more vividly in brokenness.
Oct 27, Adam Loveridge rated it really liked it Shelves: checked-out-from-library. Great look into seeing Jesus in inner city ministry. As potent and humble as Nouwen.
It's a quiet little book that gives me hope. Greg writes with honesty and vulnerability declaring his own brokenness through stories of broken people. While I was reading this in a park today a woman who I judged to be a "trailer park" type came up to me and offered some food, three packs of pretzels and cheese and a lemonade Capri Sun. I am sporting a rather "homeless" beard, but Jesus couldn't have picked so Great look into seeing Jesus in inner city ministry.
I am sporting a rather "homeless" beard, but Jesus couldn't have picked something better to imprint the message of the book into my mind and heart. Greg says, "recognizing Jesus' presence is just as important as being his presence to other people.
God in the alley - being and seeing Jesus in a broken world
Aug 16, Christine rated it really liked it. I've been struck in the heart by this collection of stories. To have him open his heart and hands to those many of us don't even acknowledge with our eyes is wonderful. Hopefully for others, as I know it has for me, this book gives conviction to your life, walking with Jesus and God's children. He lives in us. Sep 05, Robert Irish rated it it was ok.
God In The Alley: Being And Seeing Jesus In A Broken World
Greg Paul has been on the street working with those in need. That's clear from the stories he can tell. As a whole, the book doesn't really get very far. As soon as he tries to moralize or sermonize or whatever he's doing, the book falls apart.
The stories redeem it part way. Feb 09, Dan rated it really liked it. Explores the reality of living out Jesus and touching lives of the most desperate of people with His love. Nov 09, Bitterlysweete rated it really liked it. Jan 10, Karen rated it it was amazing. If you want to get a deeper understanding of society's neglected, and God's grace, you won't find a better book. I was truly moved. Oct 27, Hannah Foulger rated it it was amazing. A stunning look at homelessness and brokenness. Jesus meets us in our brokenness.
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