The Changed Life

by Kayla Phillips
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Release Date: 2021-03-11
Genre: Religion
Pages: 128 pages
ISBN 13: 1098044150
ISBN 10: 9781098044152
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
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Have you ever wondered: What is my purpose? How should I live my life? Will God be pleased with the choices I'm making?These are questions the author asked and found answers to during her journey toward biblical stewardship. Being truly honest with herself, she wondered if her life looked any different than an unbeliever. If you're looking for a way to continue maturing as a Christian and demonstrate the results by living a changed life, you'll find the tools in this book. Your current thoughts will be challenged as you take on a more biblical worldview. You'll be encouraged and equipped with the knowledge you need to please God in every area of your life. You'll be able to connect Scripture to your actions in order to have confidence that you're living a God-honoring life. The Changed Life: A Journey toward Biblical Stewardship provides extensive biblical references and relatable personal insights from the author. With the Word of God at the forefront, her prayer is that you will gain insight to your identity and purpose and be wonderfully changed.If you'd like to connect and share your insights with others reading this book, please find our group on Facebook: The Changed Life Book Club.
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