One Month to Live Devotional Journal: Your Thirty-Day Companion to a No-Regrets Life (Hardcover)
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How are you making the most of the time you have left? Whether it's a lofty dream yet unfulfilled or a relationship left unsettled, the One-Month-to-Live challenge is a call to clear out the clutter and discover a life of lasting impact. This creative devotional journal is the perfect interactive tool for personally recovering what''s most important in your life-and the specific practices to ensure those priorities have their full impact.
Thirty interactive, daily readings guide you in applying-imaginatively and biblically-the Shooks' powerful principles for a richer, more meaningful, no-regrets life. Illuminating passages, heartfelt prayers, and probing questions equip you to live passionately, love completely, learn humbly, and leave boldly a legacy that will influence generations to come.
Inspirational, challenging, and motivating, this devotional guide gives you the spiritual foundations and practical implications you need to achieve the One-Month-To-Live way of life.
About the Author
Kerry Shook and his wife, Chris, founded Fellowship of The Woodlands in The Woodlands, Texas, with eight people in 1993. Now the church has grown to 14,000 in attendance each Sunday. Winner of the prestigious Church Health Award presented by Saddleback Church, Kerry and his church have been featured in numerous publications and media outlets. Kerry's sermons are televised each week across the country and around the world. Kerry and Chris are the parents of four children.
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Brian Smith, author of numerous home Bible study guides, has provided fifteen years of pastoral oversight to small church groups. He is a popular conference speaker and an experienced small group ministry consultant to churches nationwide. Smith earned an M.Div. from Western Baptist Seminary in 1988 and is working toward his Th.M. in biblical and theological studies. Brian lives in Gresham, Oregon, with his wife, Susan, and their four children.