In Power to Reinvent Yourself, Jason Frenn walks you through the necessary steps to make drastic and permanent changes in your life by breaking cycles of destructive behavior with God's help. Whether your goal is financial or professional success, weight loss, an end to addiction or abusive behavior, Frenn shows you how changing your perceptions, forming Godly habits and choosing forgiveness will lead to the unleashing of real power in your life. No matter how stuck you feel, you don't have to stay there. The freedom of a relationship with Christ will allow you to reinvent yourself and live the life that God intends for you, free from the holds of bad habits.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 288 Vendor: FaithWords Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0446546224 ISBN-13: 9780446546225 Availability: In Stock
Evangelist and author Jason Frenn details five steps accessing Christ's power to break the chains of destructive patterns that afflict generation after generation. Many families suffer from dysfunction and conflict handed down from one generation to the next, and the cycle repeats itself with greater and greater severity. Parents struggle to keep their families from eroding as they helplessly watch their kids, teenagers, and adult children fall into overwhelming patterns of self-destruction. But there is a power that can set these families free and change their future. In this book, readers experience the story of the author and his family, and how he was rescued from destruction. Each reader can find the POWER TO REINVENT YOURSELF and obtain a life of significance, success, and victory!
Jason and Cindee Frenn are missionary evangelists and conference speakers who travel throughout North and South America holding citywide crusades. Together with their team based in Costa Rica, they help people find freedom in Christ to become all God intends them to be. Jason and Cindee have three daughters. Visit their website at http://www.frenn.org/.
"Jason Frenn invites every Christian to examine his own life--not for so-called self-improvement, but for obedience to Christ. This book is well grounded scripturally and can be a valuable resource."Chuck Colson, founder, Prison Fellowship, on Breaking the Barriers