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Finding Life: Reflections from a Bangkok Slum

3.25  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Following Christ sometimes requires journeys down dark and narrow laneways. Ashley Barker and his family did just that when they went to live among the poor in the Bangkok slum of Klong Toey. This is the story of the Barkers' first year in Bangkok, and the insights they gained on the costly demands and rich rewards of committed discipleship. - Publisher.

UNOH Publications e
Paperback, 198 pages
Published 2003 by Urban Neighbours of Hope
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Jul 09, 2014 Jonathan rated it it was ok
A random collection of musings on service among the poor written during Ash Barker's first year in a Bangkok slum. For the most part, I agreed with Ash's observations. Taken each on their own, they're good bits of wisdom for people thinking about how to follow Christ honestly in today's world.

The main problems I have with the book were the organization and the setting. First, the structure seemed really haphazard, with no order or flow to the observations. Second, why was he writing a book so ea
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