Peter Green: August 2019
The Shed That Fed A Million Children by Magnus MacFarland-Barrow, is the Good Faith Book Club's next choice. It is the story of how miraculous events and an overwhelming display of love led to the start of Mary's Meals; a charity that may hold the key to eradicating child poverty.
The charity's vision is that every child deserves an education and enough to eat. This heart-warming, powerful testimony seems especially relevant in today's world.
Come and see what we think about it on Saturday, 28th September at 2pm. To learn more about the charity, click here.
To see summaries of all the books we have read so far, click here.
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