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City Mission Movement

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The City Mission movement started in Glasgow in January 1826 when David Nasmith, founded the Glasgow City Mission (Scotland). It was an interdenominational agency working alongside churches and other Christian agencies to provide for the spiritual and material welfare of those in need.

Agencies in the movement are variously called "City" or "Gospel" or "Rescue" Missions.

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A NY Reality

What Makes A Mission A Rescue Ministry? by Dr. F. Dickson Marshall

Brief description of homeless rescue ministry along with some practical advice.

The Founding Fathers of the IUGM by James M. Herriger

A short history of the International Union of Gospel Missions.

WRITING YOUR MINISTRY’S HISTORY by Delores Burger, AGRM

A document on how to write a history on your ministry.

Retratos de la vida de familia reconstituida en la literatura popular: 1940-1980

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UrbanMinistry.org Remembers the Victims and Heroes of 9/11

On September 11, 2001, the United States was the victim of two terrorist attacks - one in NY and one in Washington, DC. Eight years later, we remember the lives that we lost and the heroes that emerged from that tragedy through service in our communities.Read more

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