Stefanie Potter

Surviving Service: Effective Response to God's Call for Justice

Surviving Service: Effective Response to God's Call for Justice by Stefanie Potter
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For readers of:Christian missions/justice, Shane Claiborne, Richard Stearns, Mike Yankoski, Katie Davis
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About the Book

- Find your niche for helping people in need.

- Wisely pursue social justice, avoiding common pitfalls and misconceptions.

- Increase your effectiveness in missions at home and abroad.

- Grow your endurance in serving.

Stefanie Potter (LMSW, BA Religion/Philosophy) uses her experiences in social work, missions, and ministry to equip Christians who are passionate about helping people through missions or social justice work/volunteering. Stefanie has experience serving youth, refugees, impoverished/homeless communities, and abuse survivors.

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About the Author

Stefanie Potter (MSW & BA Religion/Philosophy, Roberts Wesleyan College) has a mission to inspire and equip the Church in compassionate service that brings tangible and eternal hope to the world. She has a background in theological studies, missions, ministry, and social work. Stefanie has experience in multicultural mission trips, youth ministry, worship leading, homeless/urban assistance, refugee services, child abuse prevention, sexual assault prevention and aftercare, and human trafficking prevention and aftercare. Along with her continued social justice and ministry work, she is currently a folk/soul singer-songwriter based in Charleston, SC. (

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