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Inspired To Action: How following the promptings of your heart can change the world Paperback – January 20, 2012
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About the Author
Rebecca is the co-founder of a non-profit called Orphan Relief and Rescue. She and her husband of twenty-three years have invested more than thirteen years in humanitarian work in both Central America and West Africa. Eight of those years were spent in leadership positions with Mercy Ships, a Christian charity using ships to reach the poorest of the poor in Africa. She lived in Benin and Liberia, West Africa with her husband and three children for 2 years. This is where the plight of the orphans in Africa became extremely evident. Many orphan children she encountered would be dead today without her and her husbands’ intervention. Rebecca specializes in the restructuring of orphanages with a focus on self-sustainable solutions. She also strongly works to educate and empower people to end abuse and to stand up for the defenseless. Inspiring people to action on behalf of the poor and needy around the world, she is equally passionate about challenging others to walk closely to God.
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Reading it opened up my eyes and I am now back in Church after not attending for almost two years. I am ready to see what God has in store for me. And I am opening myself up for him to work thru me.
Rebecca M. Pratt's works in Africa have truly inspired me!
2012 is going to be a great start to a new life!
There is no higher calling than helping the helpless and Rebecca shares with incredible honesty and clarity how God has led her to follow his prompting. She is open about her internal struggles to stay strong in her faith and to trust God in all matters.
Her book has changed my life and how I look at pain and suffering. I pray that I can be half the person that she is and to learn to live a life such as hers.
God Bless You Rebecca and Tim