The Vigil: Experiencing a life of divine design

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Why does life seem so empty? Why do I feel so empty?

Surveys have recently uncovered the missing key to activating an unequalled power for an effective, purposeful, and adventurous life. It is in an obvious place, yet few have used it other than for information. But we can activate it to release its force and effectiveness for a focused and fruitful life. If you yearn for hope and change, embracing this prayer can turn a familiar, uncertain, ...

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Overview

Why does life seem so empty? Why do I feel so empty?

Surveys have recently uncovered the missing key to activating an unequalled power for an effective, purposeful, and adventurous life. It is in an obvious place, yet few have used it other than for information. But we can activate it to release its force and effectiveness for a focused and fruitful life. If you yearn for hope and change, embracing this prayer can turn a familiar, uncertain, and mundane existence into a fresh vibrant life-giving vigil.

Your life may not be perfect or easy, but by God's design you were intended to possess fulfilling purpose and peace in the adventure.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615723457
  • Publisher: Village2Village
  • Publication date: 11/27/2012
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.22 (d)

Meet the Author

Craig Smith has written and recorded eleven album projects with major record labels and has had several national top ten singles. He was nominated for the Dove award in the Best Worship album category in 1988 and named Sesac's Inspirational Songwriter of the Year.

He has recorded and written with many Christian artists through the years including Brian Doerksen, Paul Baloche, Don Moen, Israel Houghton, Twila Paris, John Michael Talbot, Paul Smith, Robin Mark, and Paul Wilber.

Though he has had years of traveling in ministry, he has always been firmly rooted in a local church which he feels should be a requirement for any music ministry. Craig and his wife Dianna have just begun their tenth year pastoring in the very church which they have home based for two decades in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

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