Book Review: Thirst by Scott Harrison
I have followed charity: water for the last ten years – pretty closely in 2008-2010 during my years in college. I was always intrigued by the way that charity: water did things, even back then.
I had the privilege of attending a smaller, private Christian college, and charity work/non-profits was a common discussion. Through that time, though, I learned the ‘normal’ way that charities worked.
It was during this time, that I met charity: water – and I knew something was different.
For different reasons, I became disconnected from them since around 2011. Life happened.
When Scott Harrison’s book, Thirst, came out, I knew I wanted to read it. And I am so glad that I did.
Scott has a way of telling stories that will keep you intrigued and engrossed in the book until you complete it. He is authentic. He told it as it was – and how it all actually happened over the last 12 years.
Thirst has powerful stories of the journey of charity: water and the impact they are making around the world.
Scott, and charity: water, are amazing examples of how God can use everyone to strike at poverty and sin in this world, and make an incredible difference.
Thank you, Scott, for this book. Thank you for sharing the details, the ups, the downs, the struggles, and the wins of the journey with us.
And, thank you for being ‘different’ with charity: water and changing the landscape of charity work.
I highly recommend grabbing a copy. Click here to buy the book.