Unfinished Work

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T. Nelson Publishers, 2001 - Religion - 228 pages
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Kevin Max knows what it's like to not fit in, to make mistakes, to be seen as "out there" by some people in the church. In his years on the road, he has come into contact with thousands of young Christians and seekers who identify with that experience. In Unfinished Work, Kevin offers honest encouragement to Christians struggling to be real and live the life they were called to live. He illustrates his ideas with fascinating stories from his life as a musician, complemented by behind-the-scenes photographs from his own collection.

Through Unfinished Work, readers will learn to find their strength and meaning in God alone, and they will see themselves as the unique and creative individuals God made them to be.

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User Review  - Becky - Christianbook.com

If you love authors like C.S. Lewis, or J.R.R. Tolkien, then you should definitely get this. It's inspiring. Kevin Max is not just a great singer, he's an amazing writer. There is no doubt in my mind why you shouldn't get it. :) Read full review

User Review  - Bakerkristen - Christianbook.com

I would recommend this book to anyone who has ever wanted to live outside the box. Inspiring and honest, Unfinished Work and its counterpart cd Stereotype Be can go hand in hand, or separate, for a truly inspiring experience indeed... Read full review


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About the author (2001)

Kevin Max began singing at the age of four. At Liberty University, he met Toby McKeehan and Michael Tait, and the three friends formed dc Talk. The band has now been making music for more than ten years, producing six albums. Kevin is currently working on a solo project. He is also the author of At the Foot of Heaven, a book of poetry. Kevin makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee.

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