What do you get when you add a Fortune 500 CEO to a veteran Muppeteer, both recently awakened in Christ? Steep them in the prophetic preaching of Times Square Church and the story of William Wilberforce. Simmer them in the spectacle of moral chaos in the West and the heroics of Anglican archbishops in the Global South. Before long, you have an inspired array of publications, productions, gatherings, and endowments. This is the ongoing legacy of Emmanuel and Camille Kampouris.
The prophet Zechariah (4:10) assures us that the Lord can use small beginnings for great purposes. This book illustrates the way in which seemingly-minor divine appointments and providential junctures can open the way to momentous Kingdom effects. Some of the junctures were difficult (President Nassers theft of the family business in Egypt), even tragic (the loss of Manos beloved wife, Myrto, to cancer). Others seemed slight and incidental at the time (the loan of a book, C.S. Lewiss Mere Christianity). But great things came of these incidents, and the unfolding narrative may well encourage readers to be prayerfully alert to the spiritual possibilities in their own happenstances, to stand ready to act as the Spirit leads and circumstances suggest.