Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Review 5 Take Your Best Shot

For nine year old Austin Gutwein his life was normal until his dad pops in a video from world vision. At hearing the story of a young African girl, he realizes that he has to do something to help her and kids like her. His incredibly encouraging story tells of how a simple act of playing basketball can change the course of history. At first his family thinks he's overly enthusiastic for such a young kid of nine, but soon they see that he has a vision and can be used by God in a big way. After some long talks with his parents they see he needs to talk to somebody with an upperhand in the business so they have him meet with an executive from World Vision to discuss what can be done. Exceptional story, one of the most encouraging and moving I've ever read. It really makes you stop and think, wow, even children can make a HUGE difference! Read Take Your Best Shot, you won't be disapointed!

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