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Publication Date: 2016
Pastor Bill Purvis knows from first-hand experience that God is the author of life-transformation. This book shows us how ones life and purpose can be redirected toward something bigger than they could ever imagine possible. It doesnt matter where you come from or what your background is, you were meant to do more and be more!
Bill Purvis became pastor at Cascade Hills Church with no salary and only 32 people in the pews on Easter Sunday. He now ministers to over 8,000 people locally and has an international television audience through Trinity Broadcasting Network. Purvis and his wife, Debbie, live in Columbus, Georgia.
Brad L.5 Stars Out Of 5Gritty and Honest - A must ReadMarch 25, 2016Brad L.Quality: 5Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0It's not often you find a pastor who is willing to let you into his personal life. Having grown up the son of a pastor I've seen the hurt and backstabbing people will do in the church, so when a pastor is willing to lay it all in the open it is a big deal. I've sat under the teaching and leadership of Pastor Bill since 2009 when the Army brought me to Fort Benning. Even after being at Cascade Hills for six years I did not know many of the details Pastor Bill shared in his book. Not only is it a great read for someone who needs to know Christ, it is great for any follower of Christ regardless of their maturity in their Christian walk.
Dr. Terri Wyrosdick5 Stars Out Of 5Inspiring, Motivating, ChallengingMarch 24, 2016Dr. Terri WyrosdickQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book takes you on the incredible journey of the life of Pastor Bill Purvis while inspiring, motivating, and challenging you to grow and change and discover for yourself the incredible journey that God has for you, personally. Couldn't wait to get to the last chapter and was not disappointed. Thank you, Pastor Bill.