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- Kaufman, Gerald R.
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This book is written for those who want more. You may be one of these. You may be reading everything you can get your hands on about having a better personal relationship with Jesus. You may be going to as many Christian revivals and gatherings as you can afford, or you may be spending much of your free time trying to get to know who Jesus is and what He expects from you. In the best-case scenario, you are searching, some searching more than others. In the worst case scenario, you feel that you have arrived and that you have done all that you need to do. You may just have a simple question in your mind, "Why did God create me?" Things are different in your life, and you want to know what it all means. Join us and find the path to abundant living.
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Gerald R. Kaufman is the president of a small business management company in Kentucky. Holding a master's degree in business management and an MBA in business administration, he has also supplemented his education by attending Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. A member of the American Christian Writers Association, Kaufman is very active in church activities as a Bible teacher and elder. He formerly hosted the "Life Situations" radio broadcast on a local Christian talk radio station. He is the author of The Sabbath Life: The Process of Giving Jesus Lordship Over Your Life on a Daily Basis, The Vessel: Beginning the Process of Allowing Jesus Christ to Work Through You, Closing the Gap: For Obsessive, Compulsive, or Addicted Persons, and Solomon's Gift: A Father's Hope, A Son's Dream, A Legacy.
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