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Conspiracy of the Insignificant

by Patrick Regan & Lisa Hoeksma


Price: £6.99
Publisher:Kingsway see David C. Cook
Published:11 November 2007
Itís the straightforward story of how one young person can make a huge difference if they follow Christ, persevere and keep learning.
Young people donít always get good PR and sometimes for good reasons. Gang violence, teenage pregnancies, anti-social behaviour, lack of education, employment and general delinquency can all add up to ruining young lives. These issues can be especially entrenched in some of the poorer estates of our nation.
In Conspiracy of the Insignificant the churches response is led by Patrick Regan and his team of school and youth workers for XLP (The Excel Project). This book gives encouragement as to the value of good schools work, the value of young people and the leadership they can bring.

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Reviewer: Phil Whittall   (16/01/12)

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