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Oliver Gospel staff member releases book to impact future generations

Zach Middleton published the book to inspire future entrepreneurs throughout the Midlands to think creatively.

At Oliver Gospel, we take pride in our employees that perform life-changing work daily. Zach Middleton, a Life Advisor at the Mission, made an impact on his own community by releasing his new book "Rashard Freeman: Teenage Entrepreneur."

As a Life Advisor, Zach manages the front desk, assists in programming, and oversees the intake process of Refresh guests at Oliver Gospel. In his free time, he owns Grace to Cultivate, LLC, using storytelling, ideation, and investment to instill positivity in community members and encourage those around them to invest in their talents.

"Rashard Freeman: Teenage Entrepreneur" tells the story of freshmen at the fictional Septima Clark High School who must raise enough funds to prevent their annual class field trip from being canceled. Structured like a teenage detective series, the book teaches financial literacy and entrepreneurial imagination through storytelling.

"My passion is helping people develop in their career and vocation. At Oliver Gospel, I get to help adults. In my side venture, I have an opportunity to help young people."

This is the second book Zach has published but the first of its own series. He is currently working on its sequel and plans to launch more series encouraging young entrepreneurs in the future.

Oliver Gospel could not perform transformational ministry without staff members like Zach, who continuously invest in those around them. By donating to Oliver Gospel today, you invest in your own community and help those in need throughout the Midlands.

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