Redemptive Work Books
Capitalize: To convert to accessible wealth
Can you access the wealth of poverty? Do you look upon the poor and feel God's love burning in your heart? This book can teach you to see the culture of poverty in a new light and will help you begin to understand how much God loves the poor and how you can participate in loving those in poverty and the wealth they bring.
Rev Adam Hamilton of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, KS says:
Often the church's efforts addressing poverty involve performing acts of service for or to the poor. These acts are sometimes motivated more by one's own needs or self-interest than by a genuine concern for the poor. Tina Carter and Mindy Johnson-Hicks invite readers to take a different approach. In The Wealth of Poverty they invite readers to develop mutual relationships with persons of different economic groups and to foster a deeper understanding of the culture of poverty and the surprising wealth found there
Artist Krista Fabian, creates organic abstract forms consisting of intricate details allowing viewers to interpret and create their own meaning.
Reverend Doctor Tina Carter in 50 words: child of God, wonderer, daughter, mother, wife, pastor, scientist, engineer, writer, teacher, knitter, philanthropist, coach, storyteller, addict, recovering, hiker, walker, nature lover, friend, fun enthusiast, eager learner, listener, pattern recognizer, reader, expert knitter, trainer, strategist, hairball-orbiter, & according to the best sources: awesome grandmother.
Rev. Dr. Mindy Johnson-Hicks, Congregational Wesleyan pastor, lives happily in Odessa, TX with her wife Amy. For 20 years, she served churches as mentor, pastor and crisis communications director. She authored two books, three church operations manuals and designed leadership protocols for several church systems. She is ordained in the Church Within a Church Movement and loves the community she has found there.