Learn 5 key themes of effective poverty alleviation, with real-world examples
Think through helpful questions to uncover what these principles mean for your context
Explore innovative ways to apply these principles in your ministry
Your guide to helping the poor in ways that actually help
There’s no “one-size-fits-all” solution for helping people in need.
But there are principles for effective poverty alleviation that you can apply in any situation.
Through A Field Guide to Becoming Whole, you’ll discover a framework for lasting change—for yourself, and the people you seek to help.
Praise for A Field Guide to Becoming Whole
“I’ve been waiting for a field guide like this, which provides formative stories and tangible best practices to help address brokenness and poverty through the pursuit of personal, communal and systemic transformation.”
Dr. Mary Glenn
Urban Studies Affiliate Professor
Fuller Seminary School of Intercultural Studies
“Fikkert and Kapic offer pointed and practical advice, reminding us that God’s kingdom is an upside-down world where the pursuit of wholeness—rather than wealth—honors the inherent dignity and worth of all stakeholders.”
Dr. Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt
Associate professor of art at Covenant College
“I’ve been waiting for a follow-up to When Helping Hurts that would give sound, biblical, practical, and replicable counsel to those trying to help marginalized people in our communities. Becoming Whole and A Field Guide to Becoming Whole do not disappoint!”
Pastor of Anacostia River Church (Washington, D.C.)