Homecoming

EPILOGUE The Homecoming Dance began this book by sharing about my “tears at a homecoming” in South Africa when I first visited in 2000.

Homecoming

Author: Curtiss Paul DeYoung

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1498225187

Page: 160

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An invitation to reclaim our worth as persons created in the image of God. Both scholarly and personal, Curtiss Paul DeYoung's profound public journey has intersected again and again with social realities of injustice and alienation. He graciously shares here his compelling story of hope and reconciliation. New insights and new challenges arise as he encounters Desmond Tutu, Malaak Shabazz, Rabbi Menachem Froman, Sojourner Truth, Samuel Ruiz Garcia, Lani Guinier, Cain Hope Felder, James Earl Massey, Mary McLeod Bethune, Ronald Takaki, Samuel Hines, Howard Thurman, and many others. The hallmarks of DeYoung's engaging narrative are spiritual transformation, innovative leadership, and creative courage.

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