I met Al Andrews several years ago at a World Vision Artists Conference. Â He may not remember me, but he had profound impact on my life. Â Al is a kind and gentle soul. Â He is also a counselor in Nashville who has made himself available to touring musicians…free of charge.
The insights Al shared in the breakout sessions we attended were profound for Pam and I. Â He gave words to things we were experiencing and insight into some of the challenges we faced in our marriage specific to life on the road. Â Pam and I talk of Al often and with great appreciation and fondness. Â His words have been a huge encouragement to us.
So let me introduce you to a project that Al has launched. Â He has written a children’s book called The Boy, The Kite and The Wind. Â His dream is to see this book sell millions of copies so he can give that money away and help people living in poverty around the world. Â It’s a big dream, but big dreams lead to big things…Al calls it radical generosity. Â I’m excited to see what will happen.
[You can read all about it on his website www.improbablephilanthropy.com.]
The first major goal in publishing this book is to try and pre-sell 5,000 books by March 15th. Â I’m hoping that all of my readers will get involved and buy a copy. Â The reviews of the book are glowing.
You can easily pre-order your book by clicking HERE.
Check out this video with the story from The Boy, The Kite and The Wind.
How did the story impact you? Â Have you pre-ordered your copy yet?
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