It was on an otherwise uneventful Sunday morning in early Spring when the minister of a small Methodist church in Appalachia provided a sermon based on the 23rd Psalm of the Holy Bible. He reminded his meager congregation that they should not fear the act of witnessing for Jesus Christ, even if it takes them into the proverbial Valley of Darkness.
Little did the pastor realize that his routine sermon would result in the book that you now hold in your hands - a revolutionary approach not only to witnessing, but to modern day Christianity itself.
As a curious reader, you will soon recognize why this manifesto was written anonymously and you may even come to the conclusion that you too can be considered an "Anonymous Witness."
The Anonymous Witness (paperback)