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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jill Suzanne Shook
|Description:||xix, 312 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword / John Perkins --
Introduction: Going upstream / Jill Shook --
pt. 1. The foundation. Our nation's housing crisis: a rude awakening from the American dream / Terry Carter and Jill Shook --
Ownership, land, and Jubilee justice: a biblical rationale for affordable housing / Lowell Noble with Ed Mahoney, Bert Newton, and Jill Shook --
pt. 2. Tangible structures. Introduction to chapter 3: Two models of sweat equity / Edward F. Moncrief --
Habitat for Humanity and Peachtree Presbyterian Church (Atlanta, Georgia): listening to the powerful and the poor / Millard Fuller --
Introduction to chapter 4: Church of the Saviour's inward and outward journey / Marian Bray and Jill Shook --
Jubilee Housing (Washington, DC): producing a hundredfold / Susan P. Ortmeyer, Elizabeth O'Connor, and Jill Shook --
Introduction to chapter 5: Adaptive reuse model / Jill Shook with Anthony Manousos --
Ex-prison (Atlanta, Georgia) and an abandoned hospital (Chicago, Illinois) / Bob Lupton and Mary Nelson --
Introduction to chapter 6: Tenants taking ownership / Anthony Manousos, Jill Shook, and Shane Claiborne --
Change from the inside out (Los Angeles, California): tenants taking ownership / Paul A. Smith --
Introduction to chapter 7: Mixed-use and mixed-income / Jill Shook --
Point (Denver, Colorado) / Ray Stranske and Marilyn Stranske --
Introduction to chapter 8: Indigenous property management / Jill Shook with Anthony Manousos --
Raising Lazarus from the dead (Chicago, Illinois) / Richard Townsell --
Introduction to chapter 9: The co-op movement and housing co-operatives / Jill Shook and Anthony Manousos --
Mustard Tree Co-op (Detroit, Michigan): an urban search for community / Ronald Spann --
Introduction to chapter 10: The cohousing model / Thomas and Christine Sine --
Temescal Commons (Oakland, California): seeds of hope / J.R. Bergdoll Jr. --
Introduction to chapter 11: The workforce housing model / Jill Shook --
Vista Hermosa (Pasco, Washington): fruit that lasts / Roger Bairstow --
Introduction to chapter 12: Community land trusts / Jill Shook and Anthony Manousos --
HOME (Orland, Maine): Catholic land trust communities / Jill Shook --
Introduction to chapter 13: Two models of empowerment and community transformation / Jill Shook and Lee Blons --
Urban Homeworks (Minneapolis, Minnesota): from mixed income duplexes to community land trust homes / Jill Shook and Anthony Manousos with Urban Homeworks' staff --
Introduction to chapter 14: The community organizing model / Robert C. Linthicum --
Nehemiah strategy (South Bronx, New York): South Bronx churches / Lee Stuart with John Heinemeier --
pt. 3. Intangible structures. Setting the stage / Daryn Kobata, Jill Shook and Anthony Manousos --
Hopeful trends and calls for change / Jill Shook with Anthony Manousos --
Getting started / Andy Krumsieg with Jill Shook.
|Other Titles:||Faith-based affordable housing models|
|Responsibility:||edited by Jill Suzanne Shook ; foreword by John Perkins.|
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- Housing -- United States -- Finance -- Case studies.
- Self-help housing -- United States -- Case studies.
- Housing rehabilitation -- United States -- Case studies.
- Low-income housing -- United States -- Case studies.
- Home ownership -- United States -- Case studies.
- Housing -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Case studies.
- Church work with families -- Case studies.
- Christian leadership -- United States -- Case studies.