Item description for Midnight in the City: A Reporter's Journey to America's Dark Places Rocks His View of Religion by Hal Donaldson & Kirk Noonan...
Overview A hard hitting book guaranteed to change your perspective. Readers of all ages will awake after they share a reporter s journey while he spends one night in the city. Through a reporter s eye, readers will canvas eight cities as a reporter interviews gang members, prostitutes, runaways, homeless people, drug dealers, and more. The experiences throughout the book will rock readers views on religion as the reporter learns of the heartache, struggles, and pains of everyday people who have fallen into a dark place. Midnight in the City shows readers the hard to swallow truth about our cities, ourselves, and why it s time to see it not as a problem but as individuals who need help.
Publishers Description Hal Donaldson spent nights in the streets of eight cities, where he also rode with the police on the midnight shift. Read the riveting stories of his encounters with gang members, drug dealers, prostitutes, runaways, the homeless and more.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2008
ISBN 1880689146 ISBN13 9781880689141
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More About Hal Donaldson & Kirk Noonan
Hal Donaldson cofounded and serves as president of Convoy of Hope, Inc. Since 1994, Convoy of Hope has distributed nearly $1 billion worth of food and vital emergency supplies to more than 70 million people. Kirk Noonan is a former magazine journalist who now serves as Vice President of Creative Communications for Convoy of Hope.
Reviews - What do customers think about Midnight In The City?
A wake up call! Oct 31, 2006
This is one of those books I picked up to simply flick through, but found I was quickly enraptured in every word. In it, the writer takes a perilous journey to the "dark places" of eight different cities in the USA. The writers description of what he saw and experienced almost made me feel like I was with him during his midnight touring. This book will stir you toward evangelism. Rather than deep theological thoughts, it tells the true story of unfortunate people that triggered me to rethink my position in the "religious lifestyle" in which many of us often find ourselves stuck. He writes as a member of the family of God, sibling to sibling, and this was a refreshing angle.