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Ordinary people. Lets go

Its been very busy over the past months for me as a husband, father of four and as someone in full time ministry. When I get a few minutes, I read, or when I travel to one of my Paraguayan locations, I read. I have been reading the book Made in America by Sam Walton. Most of us have walked into a Wal-Mart store and walked out happy with a deal we found. The story is inspiring to say the least.

Wal-Mart was not a major chain back in the sixties. It took decades of hard work, risk and vision to build one of the largest retail stores in America. I am impressed with Sam's down to earth approach and eagerness to build something great as an ordinary person.

Sam writes:  It is a story about entrepreneurship, and risk, and hard work, and knowing where you want to go and being willing to do what it takes to get there. . . But I think more than anything it proves there is absolutely no limit to what plain, ordinary working people can accomplish if they are given the opportunity and the ince…