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We Can Restore Together

WASHINGTON, DC – There is an all-out assault on the poor. And that assault is global, systemic, digital, immoral, and effective. And those, whose responsibility it is to advocate for the poor, are in a “collective
slumber.” There is a Digital Secularization — the immoral use of technology that exploits the people, systems, and the social and natural environment across the world — in need of a humanizing, moral revolution. These factors and many others conjoin to make these very trying, desperate, and difficult times for the poor – and especially the growing numbers of urban poor of all ethnic and racial groups. But there is now a post-modern church technology prophet to appear to awaken those who sleep!
According to Dr. William B. McClain, Mary Elizabeth Joyce Professor of Preaching and Worship at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, “Dr. Louis Hutchinson comes along just in time to offer help.” “The great prophet of the poor of the last century, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., would be plenty proud of this author and consider him in the same tradition of his “Poor People’s Campaign” in Washington just prior to his death in 1968.”
In this book, Dr. Hutchinson writes a sound sociological and scripture-based analysis, thoughtful theology, a deeply passionate love for the church and society, and a practical guidebook and project to foster a global digital ministry
Immediate News Release that calls for the collaboration of the church, corporations, organizations, governments, individuals, and the world for beneficial social change. The Restore Together book is available on Amazon.com and CreateSpace.com, both on Paperback and for the Kindle device.
About the Author
Dr. Louis J. Hutchinson, III is the Senior Pastor of the Restoration Baptist Church in Upper Marlboro, MD. He also serves through his “tent ministry” as an Officer and Vice President of the Public Sector and Energy Efficiency Practice for Constellation Energy, an Exelon company (NYSE: EXE). Dr. Hutchinson is a member of the Association for Climate Change Officers. He is also a member of the Executive Leadership Council, which is the preeminent organization that recognizes the strengths, contributions, and impact of African American corporate business leaders in Fortune 500 organizations. Dr. Hutchinson holds a Doctorate in Theological Studies, magna cum laude, and a Master of Divinity Degree, summa cum laude, both from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science and Statistics from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Dr. Hutchinson can be reached at louis.hutchinson@restoretogether.com.
About Restore Together, Inc.
Restore Together, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation. The Restore Together Community (www.restoretogether.com) is a digital ministry platform that extends the ability of churches, corporations, organizations, governments, and individuals to provide care and services to those in need, without geographic
limitation. It is dynamic, collaborative, multilingual and accessible to individuals with disabilities. Restore Together also enhances an individual or organization’s collective gifts/resources, ability to provide holistic counseling, discipleship, sharing of best practices, and ability to organize local or global community action
toward positive social change.  






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