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Using Power for Good: Turning Ideas into Missions

In 1981, Keith and Darlene Wasserman opened their home to a person in need. Today, they run Good Works Inc., a ministry that helps homeless people transition to more stable lives. At Good Works, people find a welcoming environment and help for the issues that brought them to the ministry's door. Faith & Leadership, an online project of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School, explores how the Wassermans took Good Works from an idea about helping one to a mission to help many in three inspiring articles. Read “Power for Good,” which includes reflection questions suitable for a study group; “How to Sustain Good Work”; and “What it Means to be Part of the Good Works Inc. Team.”



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