Dream With Me

by John Perkins     |     Book Summary


Author: John Perkins
Publisher: Baker Books
Date: 2017
Pages: 213

Book Summary of Dream With Me by John Perkins


John Perkins, a minister, civil rights leader, and active force in racial reconciliation since the 1960s, shares some autobiographical sketches of his life and ministry. Driven by rich faith in Christ and a desire to see equality in the church and society, Perkins has laid down his life for the cause of Christ.

Though difficult, Perkins has been willing to fight for years because Jesus fought for him. Christ gave His life to reconcile us to His Father, and Perkins has given more than 50 years of his life to seeing reconciliation among men and women — especially within the church.

Dream with Me chronicles Perkins’ success, noting his struggles, failures, and regrets along the way. Through it all, Perkins never lost his dream for reconciliation, and he desires that his readers of all races and ethnicities would dream with him and carry the torch he has been so boldly carrying for almost six decades.





Dream With Me

by John Perkins

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Book Summary of Dream With Me by John Perkins

AuthorJohn Perkins
PublisherBaker Books
Date2017
Pages213


Overview:

John Perkins, a minister, civil rights leader, and active force in racial reconciliation since the 1960s, shares some autobiographical sketches of his life and ministry. Driven by rich faith in Christ and a desire to see equality in the church and society, Perkins has laid down his life for the cause of Christ.

Though difficult, Perkins has been willing to fight for years because Jesus fought for him. Christ gave His life to reconcile us to His Father, and Perkins has given more than 50 years of his life to seeing reconciliation among men and women — especially within the church.

Dream with Me chronicles Perkins’ success, noting his struggles, failures, and regrets along the way. Through it all, Perkins never lost his dream for reconciliation, and he desires that his readers of all races and ethnicities would dream with him and carry the torch he has been so boldly carrying for almost six decades.