Here are some excerpts from Pavements: “During the early days of the church people struck out traveling via roads paved by the Roman government, armed only with inspired words on parchment and their personal testimonies. Historians have noted that paved roads and not wilderness trails aided the acceleration and proliferation of Christianity throughout the ancient world. . . . [In a well paved modern world] A believer’s way of thinking can determine his or her effectiveness. In general, kingdom life requires a Christ-like response to daily life events. The way people respond is indicative of their level of confidence in God’s work in the world. In every facet of life, be it family, work, or catastrophic life events, Christians are called to consider the necessity of God’s Word and prayer. . .”
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Bio: Dr. Rodney Rogers has directed research at the University of Pennsylvania on topics relating to religion and civil society. His work with Public/Private Ventures in Philadelphia resulted in the development of a faith-based mentoring model called Amachi. He has served as a trustee and interim CEO to Sayre Health Center, a school based federally qualified health clinic for underinsured residents of West Philadelphia. For the past 14 years he has been guest lecturer to seminaries, universities and to community organizations on a local, national and international basis. He currently serves as the senior pastor of Christ of Calvary Covenant Church and as the headmaster of Covenant Leadership Academy in Philadelphia. His doctoral work examined populations of Christian and non-Christian parents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Harare, Zimbabwe in an attempt to explore parent leadership paradigms.