Reading Digest

“How (Not) to Save the World” by Hosanna Wong

This young and dynamic author, speaker, poet, artist, lover-of-GOD has become one of my new favorite people. I’m hoping to one day meet her and share a cup of coffee with her.

Hosanna Wong offers her reader a fresh approach to reaching out to the everyday person in our midst. She challenges us to take an authentic look at ourselves, shed the masquerade and be flat out real. No pretenses. No impressions. No bougie-ness (sorry, Hosanna, I couldn’t resist myself).

I found myself smiling, laughing and waving my hand throughout the book … and exclaiming, “yes! that part!” Hosanna is relatable, genuine and transparent. She reminds us that we don’t have to venture off to an unknown place to be fulfilling the Great Commission — we can look outside of our front door and begin there.

If you are looking to be inspired, not afraid to be challenged, willing to examine yourself (motives, aspirations, goals) in the light of the Light of the World, then come join Hosanna Wong in her unique manner (her down-to-earth self) as she walks with you through this journey of How (not) to Save the World.

Keep writing, keep speaking, keep preaching, Hosanna. We thank you for your faithfulness to the Call GOD has given you.

I love you to Heaven and Back, Hosanna ~~

LindaRJohnson, TitusTwo Visionary

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