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Is mission best done with the people in a community rather than to them?

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Paul Keeble came to England from Northern Ireland in 1978 for a year – and stayed. One-time bass guitarist in several bands, he now works with the charity Urban Presence on various church and community projects. He and his wife Judith have lived and raised a family of three in a Manchester inner-city neighborhood for more than 37 years. He talks to Chick Yuill about his conviction that mission is best done with the people in a community rather than to them. And he shares the moving and faith-strengthening story of how together they faced the loss of their son Daniel.

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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