Do you have to be a world leader to affect massive issues like global poverty and the HIV/AIDS pandemic? No, answers stay-at-home mom Shayne Moore, "You can make a difference right from your own home."
Moore shares some insights and tips in her recent interview on CNN's "Mission Possible" segment:
Shayne shares her journey in the upcoming Zondervan book Global Soccer Mom: Changing the World Is Easier Than You Think, which hits stores in January, 2011. Global Soccer Mom is an inspirational story for ordinary women who want to make an extraordinary difference in their world. Global Soccer Mom will help you get started.
About Shayne Moore
Shayne Moore is one of the original members of the ONE campaign, The Campaign to Make Poverty History, and was a non-celebrity spokesperson for the campaign. She sits on the executive board of directors for Upendo Village, an HIV/AIDS clinic targeting marginalized women and children in Kenya and supports and works closely with World Vision. With an MA in Theology, Shayne is an active speaker and writes for her blog, "Theology Mama." She lives in Wheaton, Illinois with her husband and three children. She can be found on facebook and on Twitter @TheologyMama. Her book Global Soccer Mom releases January 2011.