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Pages: 126

Language: English

Publisher: Foundation University Press (1 Mar. 2010)

By: Samuel LEE (Author)

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Christianity becomes relevant to a society when Christians do what their calling is in life. Our consuming passion for Jesus is great, and will yield greater works when we live and function according to God's actual design for us. Anointed for Calling is a helpful tool for those who desire to pursue serving God correctly, joyfully and strategically absent from regret or disillusionment. This book will help you discover your calling in life and will reveal to you how you can live for God in its fullness, build up the church and enlarge the harvest. -- DR. SAMUEL LEE, is the founder of Jesus Christ Foundation Ministries and Samuel Lee World Evangelism (an international outreach ministry) has a Masters degree from University of Leiden and PhD in Sociology, specialized in Japanese culture and Church history. He is also the president of Foundation University in Amsterdam. He is a member of various Christian and Scientific associations, he is married to Sarah and they reside in Amsterdam, the Netherlands


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