Destination Unknown: A Guide to Discovering God's Will

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Think, 2004 - Religion - 215 pages
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On any given day, major decisions rest on your shoulders -- things too important to mess up. How do you know if you're making the right choices? How do you know if you're not? Destination Unknown serves as a quick reference guide for the tough decisions you have to make. It won't make the choice for you, but it can steer you in the right direction. The alphabetical index will point you to over sixty topics. Whether you have a question about making a godly choice or just need a quick gut check for validation, "The Big Five" road map explained in this book -- Scripture, prayer, advice, circumstances, and inner peace -- can point you in the right direction. Book jacket.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
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Introduction
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A Guidance Road Map
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Copyright

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GORDON JACKSON is a professor of communication studies at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. He has worked at Whitworth as a journalism professor and college administrator since 1983. Originally from South Africa, where he worked as a journalist, he is a frequent speaker for churches and other groups. Dr. Jackson has spoken to scores of church, Sunday school, educational, and civic groups on a wide range of topics. In the past few years, he has also served as a consultant for church groups and Christian educational institutions in Uganda, Lebanon and Egypt.Added bio for Handbook for Discovering God's Will: In this presentation, Dr. Jackson discusses the main themes that he believes should characterize God-shaped decision making. Suitable for general audiences, high school, and adult.

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