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Restore: Craig Greenfield on Subversive Mission, Alongsiders & White Privilege in Global Philanthropic and Nonprofit Work
Episode 11530th November 2022 • A World of Difference • Lori Adams-Brown
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Craig Greenfield is the founder and director of Alongsiders International, a grassroots movement of young Christians reaching the world's poorest children. Originally from New Zealand, he has lived and worked for more than two decades in marginalized communities in Asia and North America. He is the author of The Urban Halo and Subversive Jesus.

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