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John Perkins has ministered among the poor for 47 years. He founded Mendenhall Ministries, Voice of Calvary Ministries and the Harambee Christian Family Center and Preparatory School and was cofounder of the Christian Community Development Association. He was the publisher of Urban Family Magazine and is the author of nine books. Despite dropping out of school before he was 10, he now holds 8 honorary doctorates. John Perkins has also formally served on the Board of Directors of World Vision, Prison Fellowship, National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), Spring Arbor College, and fifteen other boards. He is an international speaker and a teacher on the issues of racial reconciliation, indigenous leadership development and community development. Seattle Pacific University recently opened the John Perkins Center for Reconciliation.

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Perkins, John, -- 1930-
Christianity and justice -- United States.
Church and social problems -- United States.
United States -- Moral conditions.