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Barry Henning

Barry is founding pastor of New City Fellowship of St Louis, MO where the church has been living and working out issues of reconciliation and justice since 1992 in the urban areas of North St. Louis and University City.  New City St Louis is a diverse congregation representing roughly 20 different nations and has extensive ministries in Job Training, Immigrant Housing, Tutoring, Medical Care, Home Repair, University Student Kingdom Discipleship, Legal Services, a diverse Christian School, and Adoption and Foster Care.  New City has jointly formed an international mission agency called Kingdom Restoration Society with active church/board participation from Kenya, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Togo and Burma. We also work with churches in Pakistan, India, Honduras, Zimbabwe and London, England.   Barry and his wife Ann live in an inner-city community in St. Louis and have 4 married children and 20 grandchildren.

Biblical Themes of Reconciliation – audio

Biblical Themes of Reconciliation – pdf

 

Reconciliation, Justice and the Covenant Community  –  audio

 

 Embracing Humble Circumstances as God’s Means for Advancing the Kingdom   –  audio

 

Reconciliation and Justice in the Local Church as God’s Means of Redeeming All Culture:  A Study in Ephesians – audio

Perspectives on Ephesians – pdf

 

 Changing Power Structures in Society through the Church –
the Apostles Paul and Peter and Martin Luther King Jr.   –  audio

Changing Power Structures   –  pdf

 

 The Cost of Forgiveness: the Foundation of Reconciliation and Justice – audio

The Cost of Forgiveness – pdf

 

The Kingdom for the Poor: Luke 4 and Bringing Kingdom Justice for the Oppressed and Marginalized – audio

 

Justice articles booklet – pdf

 

The Coming of the Kingdom in the Book of Acts – pdf

 

Letters from Devoted PCA Pastors Regarding Reconciliation – pdf

 

Heal Us Emmanuel: A Call for Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church (contributor) – book

heal us Emmanuel

The Biblical Case for Racial Reconciliation – pdf