"There are 6.8 billion people in the world. Here are the 68 that matter."
This is how the list begins as Forbes rank the top 68 people who are making a difference in the world. Of all sixty-eight, only two would be recognized and counted because of their faith-- The Pope and the Dalai Lama (I won't count Osama bin Laden, lots of reasons). Most of the top sixty-eight are political leaders or those who deal in money. But I do think that while the Tim Geithners and Ben Bernanke mix politics and money, several of the top sixty eight deal in money because of their abilities to innovate and fill social needs in our society-- Walmart, Facebook, Apple.
But every Sunday, how many millions of Christians pray "Thy will be done, Thy Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven." If so many of us are offering those words, then why aren't more of the 68 people in the world who matter making a difference for God? Perhaps they are but we can't see it.