The Man Who Saved The World By Thinking Small: A D-Day Tribute

If you’re a small church pastor who feels like your church has been devalued because of your size, you’re in good company. One of the unsung heroes of World War II faced the same problem.

Andrew Jackson Higgins was a New Orleans boat builder who saw the importance of something very small, that no one else saw.

Because of Higgins’ foresight, his hard work and, quite frankly, his stubborn persistence to push back against the very people who couldn’t see how much they needed his help, he literally helped save the world.

This is his story.

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