If All Is Well, Why Am I Like This? and The EDICT |
One is ‘Life’s little book for clarity, creativity, and change’ and the other is ‘a book for putting your relationship with God in perspective’. \
Why are life’s experiences what they are? Is there really an explanation for all that is visible and invisible, happening and being in people’s lives? Is there really a purpose to life or is to be defined based on what is chosen? Is there a way out when all avenues seem inaccessible?
If All Is Well, Why Am I Like This? is a personal resource that can help you make sense of your life, especially in its present state, and give you insight on how to proceed to a more fulfilled life. It is a part of ‘Book for Life’, an open book; a book of many books, for living life by design.
Eighty-seven (87) pages of clarity to life and purpose, a help in defining what your place is among over seven billion people in the world; creativity to go about your life’s purpose for more value and better impact and results; as well as change for all that you would love to change, about you, your immediate environment and the world in general.
It features a unique Personal Life Assessment, designed to help you redefine what work you should be for you, what values you are capable of producing and what fortunes (opportunities) abound towards you.
You can also request a Personal Strategy Assessment Report for yourself, written by the AkinWaleEkunDayo (AWED), to be delivered to your email address.
2. The EDICT: If anyone is in Christ, he [or she] is a new creature. . .
Why does it seem like people are saved, yet there is very little evidence that they have become new? Why does it seem like the church of Christ is struggling to impact the world with the redemptive work of Christ at the cross?
The Edict is a compilation of forty (40) pillars around which the work that was accomplished at Calvary is established. It features God’s design of the restored relationship of mankind with Himself and the required responses from us.
It is FREE for download.
Send an email requesting your free copy to firstname.lastname@example.org and it would be sent to you.
Payment for the EBOOK can be made here