About two years ago, Christian Focus Publications of Scotland approached me about writing an autobiography. I resisted at first, thinking that (1) I was too young for such a thing; and (2) I had not lived a life interesting enough for others to read. Well, the convincing point for me came when Mr. William MacKenzie, the publisher, challenged me to recognize such a book as a testimony to Christ and a witnessing resource for other Christians. He felt that my story, a story of how God’s grace changed my life and brought renewal and healing, could be of blessing to another. I accepted. And while on study leave last year at the Evangelical Theological Society’s annual meeting in Washington DC, I wrote the book. Thankfully, a really good editor from Christian Focus brought greater order to it and made it more readable. The book, What God Starts, God Completes, will be available in September in the United Kingdom and sometime after that in the US. They publisher has produced a website for the book. If you need a book to give a loved one or a friend who is on a prodigal journey, maybe this could be a help to you.I pray God uses it for His glory and others good.
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