By Joseph Langford
At age 38, Mother Teresa broke out of her safe and reliable routine as a grade school teacher. With only five rupees to her name, she began going daily into the slums of Calcutta. By the time of her death in 1997, her Missionaries of Charity had spread to more than 120 countries and touched millions of lives.
What caused this transformation? What special qualities moved her to action? How do we account for her universal impact from such extreme, humble conditions? What was it in her that touched so many so deeply?
This book provides the answers and what they mean for you. 320 pages. Hardcover. 2008.