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I'd Like You to Meet My Neighbor by David Freeland Case

I'd Like You to Meet My Neighbor

How Cross Cultural Relationships Can Change You...and the World, One Friend at a Time

by David Freeland Case

Pages: 110

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • SOCIAL SCIENCE - Customs & Traditions
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Relationships
  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - Cultural, Ethnic & Regional - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498459730

Price : $12.49


“I’ve had the privilege of a front row seat to David Case’s ministry for over 20 years. I know of no one who displays and conveys grace as well as he does. His stories of friendships with so many different people will inspire you to love the One who will one day gather worshippers from every tribe, tongue and nation.”
Dr. Randy Newman
Senior Teaching Fellow for The C. S. Lewis Institute
“I have known David for fifteen years as he has sincerely listened to, befriended and counselled hundreds of internationals in our local Metro DC area. As a fellow ministry leader, I have watched him in amazement. Absolutely no one loves people as well as he does - in both first encounters and in developing long term relationships. He is a model to everyone in Christian ministry and an example to the secular community in how to care for our neighbors.If you are wise, listen to David’s gentle encouragement to love well.”
Julie Stoll, Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty, George Mason University
Former Director of Cross-Cultural Ministries and Missions at McLean Bible Church
I recommend this timely book by David Case, sharing essential insights on “why” and “how” to love our neighbors. It is a powerful counter to the temptation to give way to fear and anger at the “Other” -- people from very different cultures all around us now in everyday life. His perspective reflects gaining mutual enrichment, not “doing charity.” David has long been an inspiration and model in my life, so I am glad he is sharing with more readers his wisdom in caring for international “strangers” struggling to cope with life in America.
Dr. Carol Lee Hamrin
Senior Associate, ChinaSource and
formerly a senior China specialist at the Dept. of State and
adjunct professor at SAIS and GMU
After initiating and voluntarily directing the Truro International Programs & Services (TIPS) of Truro Anglican Church in Fairfax, VA for seven years, Lisa and I turned over its leadership and a brand new staff directorship position to our assistant, David Case, in 1991. It has been a recurring joy to see the growth and development of TIPS under David’s pastoral leadership for over two decades. We are now grateful to be able to glean deep wealth, insight, and inspiration from Dave’s inter-cultural interactions with his international friends and neighbors in America.
Leiton Edward Chinn
Lausanne Senior Associate for International Student Ministries Former President,
Association of Christians Ministering among Internationals (ACMI)
Co-Founder with Lisa Espineli Chinn,

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