The North End Lives: A Journey Through Poverty Terrain

Book, 2006, 186 pp
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In one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Hamilton, Ontario, Hugo and Doreen Neufeld worked among residents of the city's North End at a community centre called the Welcome Inn. For nearly 18 years, the Neufelds ministered to their "big-hearted neighbours," most of whom lived below the poverty line.

The stories in this collection recount the struggles and giftedness of the North Enders the Neufelds have known and served. Their vivid experiences of love and friendship powerfully demonstrate that the Good News to the poor is also Good News to the rich.

Also see the continuation, The North End Lives On, available separately.

TypePrint
ExpressionNarrative/Novel/Story
AudienceAdults
LanguageEnglish
PublisherHerald Press
ISBN0836193334

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