The Message 20
Celebrating two decades of changed lives
by The Message Trust
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The Message 20 gives you the untold story that begins even before that first start with one band evangelising schools in 1992. This milestone book describes how that original vision to change the lives and life of Britainís most deprived inner-city neighbourhood first made itself known to Andy Hawthorne and his brother Simon.
Beautifully put together in words and full colour pictures, the book recounts the work of the Message Trust and how it expanded its original vision. Now reaching young people in schools, communities and prisons in the North West and beyond, thousands of lives have been renewed and transformed by God working through their music and ministry teams.
Message 20 is a hardback record of hope and renewal through ground breaking initiatives including The Tribe, LZ7, Eden Bus, Reflex and Genetik. Friends and legends of the Trust Ė including Matt and Beth Redman, John Sentamu and Nicky Gumble, express their admiration and prayers for the Trustís future.
Bringing Message 20 to real life are 20 personal stories from young people whose lives were given Ė and continue to receive new hope and purpose. Told with refreshing honesty, each describes how they were caught by Godís vision for their lives when they could so easily have perished.
The Message 20 by The Message Trust was published by 20 Amazing years in words and pictures in January 2012. The ISBN for The Message 20 is 5031330594964.
|Page last updated||23rd November 2013|
|Author / Artist||The Message Trust|
|Publisher||20 Amazing years in words and pictures (January 2012)|