How in the World Do We Make a Difference?: Getting to the Heart and Soul of Love and Work

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Getting to the Heart and Soul of Love and Work

Have you ever wished you felt happier and more fulfilled? A lot of people do. Some of us experience feelings of happiness and fulfillment during our weekly worship services, but we can't seem to practice on Monday what was preached on Sunday. Our world seems sharply divided between the sacred and the secular. — From the Introduction

How in the World Do We Make a Difference? offers ways to find happiness and fulfillment, especially in personal and work relationships. The three authors provide stories from their own experiences as priest, lawyer, and professor, plus those of their friends, clients, students and others. The stories offer encouragement in four key areas of daily life: healing a hurt, reconciling a relationship, inspiration to action, and guidance for living.

This books invites the reader on a journey through struggles of faith, love, work, and making a difference in our lives. The three authors write in an engaging style, using stories and reflections to answer core questions such as:

  • Where in the world is our God?
  • How in the world do we relate to one another?
  • What in the world do we do, and why do we do it?
  • How in the world do we make a difference?

Norman K. Douglas is the current Executive Director of Heart to Heart Communications, a part-time campus minister at the University of Akron, and a member of various community boards.

Format: Paperback book
Product code: AP298
Dimensions: 6.25" x 8"
Length: 128 pages
ACTA Publications
ISBN: 978-0-87946-294-9
Written by Norman K. Douglas, Lawrence W. Vuillemin, and Stephen F. Hallam