In 2007, mother of four, graphic designer and soup kitchen volunteer, Kathy Izard listened to a whisper that urged her to quit her job to help house the homeless. Along with building a home for one hundred, she found faith, forgiveness, and fulfillment in her own life. Order the inspirational story of how believing in changing the world will end up changing you.Buy Now
From the beginning of time, I believe it was ordained that Kathy would have a life changing encounter with Denver Moore. He believed that as well. These unexpected encounters . . .thrill believers and encourage doubters to search. Prepare yourself to be thrilled or to begin searching for your Denver."
The Hundred Story Home is a captivating, beautifully-written account of one woman's search for purpose and how a combination of doubt, faith and doing the right thing a thousand times over led to the building of something important and extraordinary."
Kathy Izard tells two compelling stories in one: About her journey toward fulfilling her life's purpose and about Charlotte's journey to finally treating its chronically homeless with compassion and dignity. Each has twists and turns, each has a happy ending, and Izard tells each with a style that will captivate readers far beyond her most natural audience."
Kathy Izard, the remarkable and unlikely champion of housing for the homeless in Charlotte, gives us another gift – her honest, humble and unforgettable story of the chance encounters and enduring comments that conceived and sustained Moore Place despite repeated setbacks. "
I believe we are each called to life—true, abundant, purposeful life. You have a call patiently waiting and whispering. You might already be hearing it but are afraid to listen. My message to you is this:
No matter how crazy it feels to listen, it is crazier not to.