More than 350,000 people have used the strategies from the original Power of Focus to transform their lives. Now, Les Hewitt is joined by minister and theologian Charles Self to adapt his core focusing strategies for contemporary
Christians with special emphasis on their concerns, issues and practical applications relevant to their lives.
Biblical references, scripture and success stories teach practical methods for putting their faith to work and attaining the prosperity Christ offers.
Some of the focusing strategies include: Living on Purpose, with Action Steps for discovering and living God's specific purpose; Creating Optimum Balance,
with Action Steps for reducing stress; and Maintaining Persistence, with Action
Steps for overcoming hardships.
The book includes Bible Guides for both group and individual study.
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About the Author
Les Hewitt, coauthor of The Power of Focus is an international workshop facilitator and popular motivational speaker. He founded The Achievers Coaching Program in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, which now includes 450 training programs operating in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. He is an active member of the North Calgary Community Church.
Charles Self, M.A., Ph.D., is an ordained minister and the pastor of adult education and ministries at the 2,000-member Bethel Church in San Jose, CA. He is the acting executive director of Messenger Fellowship, a network of 500 ministers and spiritual leaders who sponsor retreats and conferences, headquartered in Nashville. His articles have appeared in the Pentecostal Evangel, Pneuma, Kairos and The Leadership Journal.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love the power of Focus books. I am a dyslexia person and these books helped me alot and it also gave me some really good things to do and think about to overcome the depression that comes with it. l learned to think and tailor things to work in my life and to really make my life a better place to be. I love these books. I don't know that they have one for people that have dyslexia. It would be good to read. I have a good eye Q and my problem is I don't see one object out of both eyes and it is hard to focus and not put myself last and start the things that are most important to and for me to do to get it completed in a proper time for me instead of putting everything else first and me when I am exausted. These books have helped so very much.