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Dear Friend,

May I share a story that is very dear to my heart?

It's a story of hillbillies and simple folk, net casters and tax collectors. A story of a movement that exploded like a just-opened fire hydrant out of Jerusalem and spilled into the ends of the earth: into the streets of Paris, the districts of Rome, and the ports of Athens, Istanbul, Shanghai, and Buenos Aires. A story so mighty, controversial, head spinning, and life changing that two millennia later we wonder:

Might it happen again?

Heaven knows we hope so. These are devastating times: 1.75 billions people are desperately poor; one billion are hungry. Lonely hearts indwell our neighborhoods and attend our schools. In the midst of it all, here we stand: you, me, and our one-of-a-kind lives. We are given a choice ... an opportunity to make a big difference during a difficult time. What if we did? What if we rocked the world with hope?

Worth a try, don't you think?

- Max Lucado

One hundred percent of the author's royalties from Outlive Your Life products will benefit children and families through World Vision and other ministries of faith-based compassion.

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Outlive Your Life
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September 15th, 2015
Max, in a characteristic manner, lays out answers to questions about how to live a life of enduring impact. Drawing from real life experiences and examples, he explains how we are obligated to express our faith in God through our labours for those in need around us. Outlive your Life is really an unambiguous message and call to action that we cannot continue to sit in our comfort zones. There's a suffering world around us - literally legions of problems plaguing humanity at every turn and we need to prayerfully reach out to help others. A central theme throughout the book which climaxed in the final chapter is the fact that we owe this obligation primarily to God. As a result, even in the ordinariness of our everyday life, when we give ourselves and resources genuinely to helping others, we create a melody that plays throughout eternity.
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