Jeffrey Hartman, inspires a movement of global change for good with his new book, "Because There Was Margoth: One Good Deed Serves Another."
President of CareLink Foundation, Jeffrey Hartman shares an inspiring story based on true events that proves microfinance can be a tool for positive change.
By: Igniting Souls Publishing Agency
Hartman's personal faith is the driving force behind this book and its purpose to reduce human suffering in the developing world. More than 700 million people globally live in extreme poverty. In developing countries, where women and children are often marginalized and victimized, that equates to living on less than $1.90 per day. Recognizing that poverty can force women (and their children) into demoralizing and dangerous work to survive, Hartman set his focus on empowering people with entrepreneurial opportunities. The author explains that microfinance—
Those who feel called to service but don't know how to get started will find powerful insight and purpose from Margoth's story and the life-changing opportunities Hartman outlines.
"Because There Was Margoth: One Good Deed Serves Another" released worldwide on June 20, 2022, and is available everywhere books are sold.
What others have said about Hartman's new book:
"Sensitively written and unfailingly inspiring, Jeffrey Hartman's book is a testament to the power of ingenuity and love in the most trying of life's circumstances. Bravo!" — Mark Victor Hansen, author of the #1 New York Times book "Chicken Soup For The Soul"
Connect with Hartman at https://www.jeffreyhartman.org/