New York Times bestselling author Jim Wallis urges listeners to survive the economic crisis through moral recovery and embrace hard times as an opportunity to transform themselves from the inside out.
Whether it's your own loss or that of friends and neighbors, the economic crisis has impacted every household. We are consumed with the ramifications of lost jobs, house foreclosures, destroyed savings, and insecure futures. But lying beneath the surface of these fearful and uncertain times is a deficit with implications even more destructive to our culture than the current crisis of the depressed market.
Employing anecdotes as well as political and cultural insights, Wallis emboldens listeners to make "neighborly" and community choices to help those in their personal sphere of influence. Wallis maintains that only within such spiritual and moral choices will we find the truly significant answers to our economic recession. As we rediscover eternal values, our nation and our world will find the personal and cultural transformation it desperately needs.