Praying for Your Job-Prosperity, Fulfillment, Happiness is a timely book that provides encouragement, inspiration, and motivation for Christians who:
- Have lost their job.
- Need a job.
- Are facing the possibility of losing their job.
- Are dissatisfied at work.
- Question the authority of a "rotten" boss.
- Have questions about changing jobs.
- Are looking forward to retirement.
In these economically stressful and high-unemployment times, Praying for Your Job brings solutions to the reality of the circumstances directly into the hands of those who are going through them-you. The two authors have a smoothly blended voice that gives readers everything they need to deal with all aspects of employment, unemployment, résumés, interviews, financial guidelines, and the like-all wrapped up with peace-of-mind scriptures supporting every clearly presented principle.
An inspirational yet very practical book from which every employed Christian or recently unemployed Christian can glean wisdom.
|Publisher:||Destiny Image Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Elmer Towns, vice president of Liberty University, college and seminary professor, dean of the School of Religion, is also the author of numerous popular and scholarly works. He is the recipient of the coveted Gold Medallion Award awarded by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association for the Book of the Year, The Names of the Holy Spirit. He and Ruth, his wife of 56 years, have three children and ten grandchildren.
Dr. Dave Earley is Chairman of the Department of Pastoral Leadership at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Liberty University. He also serves as the Director of the Center for Church Planting of Liberty University. Previously, Dave served as the founding Senior pastor of the New Life Church of Gahanna, Ohio, a church of over 2,000 in attendance. Dave has written twelve books, including Prayer Odyssey with Destiny Image. Dave, and his wife Cathy, have three highly active sons who are all studying ministry at Liberty University.