This Will Change the Way You Think

Partridge Publishing Singapore
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Are you looking for breakthrough? Are you ready to think differently? If YES, then, buckle up for an exciting and life-changing journey. This book, This Will Change The Way You Think, unpacks the Word of God through interesting illustration, concretizes biblical mindsets using the popular S.O.A.P. method, and visits core values, vision, mission, and the basics of Christianity. You will learn How to be encouraged. Something that God cannot do. How to be transformed, His way. How you can make a difference. The secret of understanding the Word. Something more important than a personal relationship with God. The book reveals the authors journey of discovery and transformation, and how you can start off your unique process of advancement for your whole life. This Will Change The Way You Think.
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About the author

Charles KW Tan loves to inspire and encourage people to go deep into the Word of God, for biblical transformation. He is a prolific writer, author, trained life and leadership coach, and Bible reading coach, with uncommon zeal to help individuals maximize their personal and professional potential. Charles Tan is a co-founder of an online Christian outreach, Your Friendly Bible Reading Coach (YFBRC).

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Publisher
Partridge Publishing Singapore
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Published on
May 14, 2018
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Pages
260
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ISBN
9781482881011
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Self-Esteem
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