When you think about Evansville, do you see hope or despair?
Do you want to make a difference, but the problems seem too big and you don’t even know where to start?
In The Community I See, Gina Gibson, ECLC’s Executive Director, takes you on a journey to look at some of the problems plaguing Evansville. Along the way, she confronts misconceptions, offers new perspectives, and shares a vision of hope.
You’ll come away with a better understanding of our community, its problems, and discover practical steps and inspiration to be a better neighbor and create lasting change.
Get your copy today (includes several free digital options)!
– The Vineyard
Here’s what some of your neighbors are saying about the book:
“…a wake-up call for how the greater community can build up, not only our city’s most vulnerable, but at the same time, the entire city.” – Lloyd Winnecke, Mayor, City of Evansville
“A fresh and inspired vision of what real transformation in Evansville requires.” – Ross Chapman, city convener
“…an appeal for cooperation to problem solve real life issues. If churches and community organizations would lay aside differences and link resources and outreaches, more people would be truly helped out of poverty.” – Dave Schwambach, Pastor, Bethel Church
“An honest, practical and unapologetically hope-filled blueprint for building a better Evansville.” – Bob Jones, CEO, Old National Bancorp
“…does a very good job in helping us understand that the key to meeting these needs and becoming an even greater community is to have a partnering mindset and focus on the potential of each person.” – Carl Chapman, CEO, Vectren Corporation
“…incredibly transparent, insightful and hopeful all at the same time.” – Janet Heldt Baas, President, Old National Bank Foundation
“An excellent map for those who also are choosing to transform their community by being a great neighbor.” – Jamie Levy, President and Director of Vision, JDLevy & Associates