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Finding Your Place in Gods Plan

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 176 Seiten
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Dr. John Jackson is the President of William Jessup University (www.jessup.edu). He is married to Pamela and the father of 5 child... Weiterlesen
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Dr. John Jackson is the President of William Jessup University (www.jessup.edu). He is married to Pamela and the father of 5 children. Previously John served in Pastoral and Non Profit Leadership roles; he has also served and led on for profit and non profit boards. John has written and spoken for audiences across the United States and has made 10 trips to Kenya. John is known for Visionary Leadership, Organizational Development and Strategic Management. To learn more and for FREE resources, visit www.pastorpreneur.com. You may also contact John at jjackson@jessup.edu to schedule him for speaking or leadership engagements.

Where and How Do I Fit Into God's Global Plan? What are my gifts, and how do all my life's experiences and my passions fit into what God wants to do with and through me for His purposes? The answer to these questions can be experienced both in relationships with others and in personal reflection. Finding Your Place in God's Plan provides Teaching, Daily Devotionals, and Small Group materials that will lead you to clarity in finding your place in His plans. This resource has been tested in local churches, business settings, and with book study groups. In each case, people have found the teaching and tools helpful for spiritual growth and personal development, so that they are focused on exactly what God has for them. Perfect for personal or corporate use in a church setting.


Titel: Finding Your Place in Gods Plan
EAN: 9780983195870
ISBN: 978-0-9831958-7-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Ingram Publishers Services
Genre: Philosophie & Religion
Anzahl Seiten: 176
Jahr: 2011