Seven Secrets Of A Meaningful Life (Paperback)David Housholder
Everyone is looking for happiness and meaning in life. But how do we ever arrive at this goal?
Author David Housholder unlocks seven secrets to find momentum and purpose in all areas of life. These seven often-overlooked insights will empower readers to slay the dragon of fear, escape the trap of impossible expectations, love others with confidence, magnify their God-given strengths, throttle discouraging thoughts, declare guilt and shame bankruptcy, dance boldly with God, forgive from their hearts, find true rest, and so much more.
The seven secrets are:
1. The secret of knowing God
2. The secret of knowing yourself
3. The secret of love
4. The secret of spontaneity
5. The secret of investment
6. The secret of abundance
7. The secret of joy
Find the “more” you’ve been looking for, and start living your greater life today.
About the Author
David Housholder drives a tragically hip 1971 Volkswagen Bus up and down Pacific Coast Highway in Southern California where he surfs, writes, broadcasts, and leads Robinwood Church as Senior Pastor. He is a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Bonn, Germany, and is an avid snowboarder and surfing instructor. David has been married to Wendy since 1982 and has a son.
Size127 x 178 mm
Number of Pages160 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
THE SECRET OF KNOWING GOD
My wife, Wendy, does not remember the names of all of her
grade school teachers. With effort and some research and
sleuthing, you could find the names of all of them. You could
memorize the classroom numbers and the mailing address of the
school. You could even repaint the school from old photos, in
watercolors, and display them at a gallery.
In essence, you could escalate your search and find out so
much about Wendy that she could not hope to pass a test on her-
self that you easily would be able to put together.
And you could do this without ever meeting or really knowing
We send our kids to Sunday schools, vacation Bible schools,
and even set up seminaries with huge libraries full of biblical and
theological data. All to teach people facts about God. Nothing
wrong with that.
But do you know God?
If not, here’s how.