The 2,000 Percent Nation: God's Plan for Increasing a Country's Fruitfulness

The 2,000 Percent Nation: God's Plan for Increasing a Country's Fruitfulness

by Donald Mitchell
     
 

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The 2,000 Percent Nation explains how to understand and increase by twenty times national fruitfulness for God from fifteen perspectives:

1. How God measures a nation's fruitfulness2. What governments should and should not do3. What churches should concentrate on4. What actions Christian ministries should emphasize5. What Christian nonprofit organizations

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Overview

The 2,000 Percent Nation explains how to understand and increase by twenty times national fruitfulness for God from fifteen perspectives:

1. How God measures a nation's fruitfulness2. What governments should and should not do3. What churches should concentrate on4. What actions Christian ministries should emphasize5. What Christian nonprofit organizations should accomplish

6. What schools, colleges, and universities should engage in7. What voluntary associations should achieve8. What purposes foundations should seek to fulfill9. What social enterprises should work on10. What for-profit companies should seek to do in serving Godly purposes

11. What activities independent professionals who work with organizations should make their top priority12. What professional tutors of Godly breakthrough methods should teach13. What a nation's visitors should do14. Practices citizens and long-term residents can use to contribute more15. What foundational tasks individual Christians should perform

May God bless you as you read this book and draw on it to do His will!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781470077525
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/11/2012
Pages:
232
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

Meet the Author

Donald Mitchell was born and grew up in San Bernardino, California where he was saved by the Lord at the age of 14. Later, he backslid until he rededicated his life to Jesus in 1995.

In 1995, the Holy Spirit led him to found the 400 Year Project, a global initiative to create improvements in all dimensions of life 20 times faster for everyone on the Earth (see www.fastforward400.com). He wrote Adventures of an Optimist, which contains his Christian testimony, to describe the key lessons of the project. In 2010, he wrote 2,000 Percent Living, which describes how to live more fruitfully for God. In 2011, he completed Help Wanted (CreateSpace 2011) describing how to train a million tutors in how to teach making breakthroughs for Godly purposes.

In 2006 and 2007, Mitchell led a global contest to find better ways to encourage lost people to seek and gain Salvation. Two books were written that describe the best methods that were identified by the contest, Witnessing Made Easy and Ways You Can Witness.

He is chairman and chief executive officer of Mitchell and Company, a management consulting firm established in 1977 which specializes in strategy and financial consulting. His consulting clients are often found among the nation's 200 largest corporations.

He has also been quoted by Business Week, Charisma, Chief Executive Magazine, Dun's Business Month, Financial World, Forbes, Fortune, Institutional Investor, Money, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ABC News and United Press International regarding witnessing, business strategy, and investments. He has written more than 20 articles on these subjects. He is listed in many biographical references, including Who's Who in the World.

Prior to founding Mitchell and Company, Mitchell was Director, Strategic Planning, for Heublein, Inc. after being a project manager at the Boston Consulting Group Inc.

He has an A.B. degree magna cum laude and a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard. While in law school, he also studied marketing at Harvard Business School. He is a member of the bar in Massachusetts. He is a former treasurer of the Harvard Law School Association and a former director of the Harvard Alumni Association.

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