“You hold in your hand an uncommon book. Admittedly, it’s an autobiography, which is fairly common. It’s a love story too, which is also common, although it’s a remarkable love story. It’s the story of how God transformed a union boss into a follower of Jesus into pastor of His church, and here it starts to get less common and full of the good things of a life dedicated to God. And it is spread generously with lessons learned through failure.”
- Brad Franklin, ThD, Executive Director, Next Generation Churches
“Life has problems and disappointments for everybody. Here is a book from a wise and godly pastor who writes from the wisdom of the ages and from his own practical experiences with pain and grief. This book shows readers how to rise above their circumstances, live with joy, and experience peace.”
- Dr. Mark Platt, president of Next Chapter Transitions, San Jose, CA
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About the author:
Glennon Culwell, Pastor-at-Large of Gateway Bible Church of Scotts Valley, California, has a wide and varied record of service in both Christian and secular endeavors. His service includes 28 years as Senior Pastor of one church; over 20 years as featured speaker on a weekly radio ministry; 21 years of long term interim pastorates; 22 years as a member of the Executive Board of Next Generation Churches; Founder of Baymonte Christian School.
Culwell also has a wide and varied experience in leadership positions in industrial and civic services: organizer and leader of the Labor Union at Bell Aircraft Corporation, Helicopter Division, Forth Worth, Texas; served two terms as City Mayor; numerous civic and community services.
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