When your future is filled with more questions than answers and you’re asking for clear-cut direction from the Almighty,
THERE IS HOPE!
Whether you’re looking for your first job, the next step in your education, or a new career path,
GOD’S WILL CAN BE FOUND.
What’s Next points you to Scripture where you’ll find assurance. No, you have not somehow missed the divine call on your life. And yes, you can embrace the freedom to confidently
STEP INTO YOUR FUTURE.
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About the Author
Daniel Ryan Day is cohost of the nationally syndicated radio program Discover the Word, the author of Ten Days Without, and a speaker. He holds a master’s degree in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and is married to his high school sweetheart, Rebecca. Their family of five lives in North Carolina where Daniel works as a businessman.
An enjoyable and enlightening book written in a comfortable, easy-to-read-and-digest style. Using many examples from his life, the author well explains the dilemma many people face in their quest to find real meaning and purpose in life. Included is a thorough discussion and explanation of God’s true “calling” and “will” for our lives as His children. The probing and thought-provoking questions included in each chapter make this a great opportunity for self-examination as well as group discussion. All in all, a very valuable volume and one that would be well included in a youth and counseling pastor’s resource library. Highly recommended!
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book. A favorable review was not required, no compensation was received, and all views expressed are my own.
More from DanielSearching for your next step in life can be exciting yet overwhelming, intriguing yet stressful, adventurous yet painful.Click To Tweet “What’s next?” is a question everyone asks and struggles with at some point in his or her life, and many people end up asking this question multiple times. I have a friend who’s 18 and trying to figure out if he should go to college or not. I have another friend who’s 21 and can’t decide what major to choose. I work with some people who are graduating from college and are taking their first step toward a career. I just got off the phone with someone I deeply care about who’s trying to keep his dream afloat while also paying the bills. All of these men and women are asking “What’s next?” All are searching for answers.
For some of us, “What’s next?” is a question of dreams— What could the future look like if I did this or that? There’s an excitement that comes with thinking about all the possibilities and potential. For others, the question is stressful, and the answer may require a major transition, like moving away from family or changing jobs. Thinking about the future carries with it equal parts of angst and anticipation. “What’s next” always ventures into the unknown. If you’re asking “What’s next?”— join the club! You’re not alone.
What’s Next: Your Dream Job, God’s Call and A Life That Sets You Free is a book is for dreamers and practicalists (no, this is not a real word, but it should be). It’s for those who are excited about transition, and those who dread it. It’s a book about the hope and freedom that comes with asking God what He wants for your life, and then hearing His voice through the pages of Scripture as He directs your steps.
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