Mark Greene grew up Jewish and joyous, and celebrated becoming a Christian in his early twenties. He worked in advertising in London and New York, loved it, and is still prepared to admit it. He is Mission Champion at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and was Vice Principal of the London School of Theology. He speaks, tells stories, and writes, mainly on the joys, trials, and surprises of living all of life as a follower of Jesus in today’s world.
“Mark’s book offers us a beautiful revolution – what if all of us recognized our equality of calling, that God intends for all of us to be his missionaries right where we are: pastry-chef, plumber or party-planner.”
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Those Who Show Up
This book won’t try to get you to vote for a particular party. It isn’t going to try to get you to vote at all. Something far better. It’s going to show you that you could be voted for. That it could be your name on the ballot paper. Or that you could be working with someone whose name is, influencing your community more than you ever imagined.
A book that powerfully challenges our misconceptions about politics and asks us not to stand on the side lines and moan but to get involved.
Patrick Regan, OBE
Founder and CEO of XLP
The Accidental Social Entrepreneur
For those who dream of making a difference for communities affected by poverty, this story is inspiring and thought-provoking. It encourages readers to see how ordinary people have been created for a purpose and have the potential to facilitate miracles.
This is a rallying call to all of us to strive for dignity, equality and justice for all; and a challenge not just to teach a person how to fish, but to equip them to buy the pond.
Amanda Khozi Mukwashi
CEO of Christian Aid