The Manifesto that is NOT for Wimps

The first version of this book listed a whole load of reasons why the world could change. Reasons that would make people thankful that they had thought about doing something towards meeting the needs of others. Then came the pandemic. I read through an early version and was amazed there were solar flares damaging power supplies but not a pandemic. We know now that governments can and will shut down the economy and bring about rapid social change in an attempt to reduce the death rate.

The basic premise of this book is that there are too many humanitarian needs out there to be met by charitable efforts alone. There needs to be a determined effort by the church (and anyone else serious about meeting the needs of people) to set up businesses to serve the community.