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Favor with Kings

Caleb Anderson

This 30-day “guide to accomplishing great things” inspires people to discover their calling and follow their passion on a life-changing journey of faith in action.
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This 30-day “guide to accomplishing great things” inspires people to discover their calling and follow their passion on a life-changing journey of faith in action.

Favor with Kings is a remarkably unique and inspiring look at the ancient Hebrew story of Nehemiah. Author Caleb Anderson takes the story to places it has never been before so that you can go to places you have never gone to before. The world needs you to be you, and to do what only you can do. Don’t miss this rare combination of biblical insight and catalytic personal development. On this journey of finding your distinct part in a bigger story, you’ll be guided to

Identify your purpose, or dream/ Develop your passion, or conviction/ Create your plan of action/ Empower people to play their role/ Persevere through inevitable adversity

If you’ve ever had a dream; if you’ve ever felt stuck or restless; if you’ve ever experienced the discouragement of feeling like you’re behind, not good enough, or disqualified; if you’ve started but lack the courage or conviction to stay the course, then this book is for you. (Includes a reader's guide for group discussion or personal study.)

Caleb Anderson leads Mariners Church in Huntington Beach, one of the fastest-growing churches in Southern California, and is the popular author of numerous books, including My Near Death Experiment. Prior to that, he worked for pastor and bestselling author Rick Warren. Caleb has a reular program on TBN & has an unwavering passion to help people grow, change, and reach their God-given potential.

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Author / Artist Caleb Anderson
Release Date 15 Aug 2016

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