Be A Hero: A Battle for Mercy and Social Justice

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Destiny Image Publishers, Jul 28, 2011 - Religion - 304 pages
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God is challenging you to enlist in the noblest of all battles-the battle for our children. This is the cry resonating throughout the earth. 1.2 billion "children at risk" cannot be ignored. This book is a compelling case for you to be a hero in the life of "children at risk," beginning with scriptural understanding of mercy and justice to the poor. Then, setting the stage historically, the authors unveil the great exploits of those awesome warriors who have gone before us, outlining their struggles to serve the masses of broken humanity. Finally, Be a Hero time warps into the third millennium, introducing the seven deadly sins uniquely facing children: extreme poverty, orphans of the streets, children in chains, sex in the city, AIDS and plagues, the oppression of war, and religious persecution. But it doesn't leaving you hanging in despair. Be a Hero is a revolutionary document that prepares you to change your world.
 

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Wesley and Stacey Campbell are founders of New Life Church and Praying the Bible International. They are producers of the Praying the Bible CDs and co-authors of the Praying the Bible books. As well as being involved in the current prayer movement, they are active directors of a mercy organization called Hope for the Nations, which works with children at risk. As conference speakers, they have ministered in over 40 nations, laboring to see revival and social justice transform the world. Wesley and Stacey minister internationally, their itinerate thrust of their work is called RevivalNOW Ministries. The Campbells live with their five children in Kelowna, British Columbia.

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