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Be the Change: Your Guide to Freeing Slaves and Changing the World (invert) Paperback – March 5, 2007
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Staying true to our March 2007 PDL theme ([...]), I think it's safe to say that this young man has laid down his net and is moving headlong into some pretty powerful "follower-ship." Just in case you were wondering, Zach wants to end slavery and human trafficking in his lifetime. He's making a huge difference by creating awareness of a very dire crisis in our world, speaking before thousands of people and simply stepping up to the plate to do his part.
Zach's book is a very engaging and educational read, though it always feels true to the style of a normal 15-year-old. Yes, it's geared toward a younger generation, but the beauty of his writing style is that any normal kid his age (or any adult, for that matter) will see himself/herself as a potential agent of change. Because he's not lofty in his approach, what he's done comes off as doable for the rest of us too.
If you have kids, you'll want to buy this book--if only so that Zach can be an inspiration to them. And maybe in the process, we'll have more kids like him springing up to embrace a hurt world (I think everyone would agree that this would be a good thing). Even if you don't have kids, buy this book and you might be surprised to find his passion is contagious enough for you to change the world, too.
Zach's book speaks to adults as well as teens. So far I have purchased, read and given away three copies of this book, including one to my 12 year old daughter. Every person I have spoken to about this book has been impressed, and many have gone on to buy a copy for themselves and/or their own teenager.
This is a great selection for a teen or adult book study group.
After just the first chapter, I was awakened to the needs in this world. because I didn't really know how much human slave trafficking is going on in this world. Zach Hunter ( the author) asks you what do you think you can do. And at the end of every chapter there is a place where the author asks you questions and recommends Bible passages.
This is a book that is perfect for people 12 and up.
By the way, I am 12 and I think the book is very interesting and very God oriented.
Truly a book that could change this teenage generation.
"First they came for the Communists,
and I didn't speak up,
because I wasn't a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn't speak up,
because I wasn't a Jew.
Then they came for the Catholics,
and I didn't speak up,
because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me,
and by that time
there was no one left to speak up for me.Read more ›
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This book written by Zach Hunter is a fantastic book and it also will change your mind about anything you think you can't do. Anything is possible with hard work and dedication. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Trey Crowe
i got the book for my daughter's language & art class. the shipment of the book was fine no problems. And, no complaints from my daughters' either on the books.Published 22 months ago by james j holly
This book changed my life. Or maybe it is more correct to say, it helped me make changes that I wanted to make already. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jessica Tam
What an inspiring young man. I am a youth leader and read this to get a teenage perspective of things so I can help encourage those in the youth group to knowing that they have the... Read morePublished on November 9, 2010 by Justice Pirate
Zach Hunter is extraordinarily ordinary and passionate to see modern day slavery ended. I'll admit, much of the book reads like a long book report, but he does collect a lot of... Read morePublished on June 21, 2010 by Julie
In a world where it seems that no one champions cause of those who cannot speak for themselves, Zach Hunter steps up to the plate and delivers an issue that we may perceive as... Read morePublished on November 19, 2008 by Wanbli Galesh'ka
If you are a serious Christian interested in this topic then you will like this book. For me, I am disappointed that I wasn't warned about the biblical references and overall... Read morePublished on December 21, 2007 by JD