Assisting the Black church in the task of child-making
Kip Bernard Banks Sr.
"The Black Church struggles to shape public policy to effectuate social change. It has limited its public policy witness to mostly racial justice and economic concerns, while devoting few resources to issues such as climate change, educational equity and child welfare. This project is an analysis of the critical importance of the Black church to engage in the imperative task of child-making and the need for training and resources at the denominational level. This writing provides a tool for Black church denominations to become effective at the task of child-making, including doing a strategic grant assessment and advocating for child welfare initiatives." -- Leaf .
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Doctor of Ministry
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