Confessions Of A Not-So-Average Girl
is the journey of a child through to adulthood, as she navigates the challenges of growing up in an alcoholic home. It is written in diary form so is very readable. Donna’s hope is that the reader will discover that Jesus is willing to come into the mess of your life and bring with Him hope and healing.
Millennium Kids are calling all peoples and nations to join them in bold strategic action to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
The spokes-youth of this movement are every youth born in the year 2000, the same year every United Nation country signed a global pledge to spare no effort to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015. Their lives provide a measuring stick for the progress of 193 nations pursuing the MDGs by 2015. In any race it’s the home stretch that matters most.
Millennium Kids… Celebrating a good start. Inspiring a great finish!
Renowned artists, athletes and advocates will join together with thousands of Millennium Kids to share stories of hope and create change through story, multimedia, music and drama at Millennium Kids Unite Toronto. These celebrations will inspire innovative youth participation and serve to remind global leaders of the public support that exists for the bold decisions now needed.
Part storyteller, part creative catalyst—Jason works extensively as an actor, producer, filmmaker and communication coach. For the past 17 years, Jason has partnered with theatre and film companies, organizations and educational institutions as an artist/coach around the world.
He is most recognized for his acclaimed solo performances: Blue Like Jazz//Live – based on Donald Miller’s New York Times best-selling book of the same name, The Prodigal Trilogy, Life of David and Kingdom of Herod. Jason also tours two-man productions, including: Fish Eyes, and Breathe, with Mike Janzen – based on Greg Paul’s award-winning book, Close Enough to Hear God Breathe.