My new book, Do Good Works equips readers to answer the question that spans every generation: “Am I Doing What I Was Made to Do?” Two days ago I invited you to join the launch team for Do Good Works. We had a great response, and we’ve already given away all the physical review copies. But there’s still time to join the launch team and get a FREE digital copy of the book.
So, what’s the book about?
Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” All of us want to make our lives count, and Do Good Works provides a practical pathway to discover the unique “good works” God prepared in advance for you to do.
In Do Good Works, you’ll learn how God created you ON purpose, cultivated you FOR purpose, crafted you WITH purpose, and called you TO purpose. You’ll turn over the ten pieces of the Good Works Puzzle, craft your insights into a compelling Good Works Statement, and identify a role (in your community, church, career, or culture) that will help you live out your good works every day. Inspiring, and immensely practical, Do Good Works will help you (and those you mentor) get unstuck, discover your purpose, and make the world around you flourish.
Would You Be Willing to Help?
Would you be willing to join my launch team today, and help people awaken God’s unique purpose for their lives. The launch team is a group of people willing to spread the word about Do Good Works. You can sign-up HERE.
As a Do Good Works Launch Team Member, you’ll receive:
- A digital copy of Do Good Works
- A digital copy of my book, GO! Starting a Personal Growth Revolution
- A copy of the Do Good Works Group Discussion Guide
As a member of the Do Good Works Launch Team, you agree to:
- Read the book ASAP
- Write a brief review on Amazon.com (pro or con)
- Spread the word about Do Good Works via Facebook, Twitter, your blog, or any way you can (especially during the week of January 30th)
Visit DoGoodWorksBook.com to sign-up for the Do Good Works Launch Team, and to learn more about the book.
My prayer is that Do Good Works will inspire hope, awaken purpose, and cause our world to flourish.