"Nothing to Lose", the bestselling three-part autobiography of Edir Macedo, has won over millions of readers around the world. The trilogy tells Macedo’s emotional journey of surrender and persistence. It includes memories and never before published photos of the founder of one of the greatest movements of faith in modern times.
Each book of the trilogy contains the real life story of a man who overcame every type of adversity to help millions of people, even those in the most remote parts of the globe.
How could a Brazilian preacher of humble beginnings start an outreach at a gazebo in Rio de Janeiro and, 42 years later, be the leader of a church spread over 100 countries?
How were barriers broken down?
How were the limitations of ethnicity, culture and language overcome?