Sept. 7, 2012
-- A thought-provoking new book project called, “The Blessed Dead Atheist,” tells the extraordinary true story of former atheist- turned-Christian believer Paul Brough and how God has called a former atheist to build the largest missionary vessel the world has ever witnessed.
Seven years ago something miraculously happened to Paul that convinced him that God is real. At that time, Brough walked away from a financially prosperous IT career to launch a mobile pet photography enterprise called Petclix (www.petclix.com)
. “I didn’t know anything about pet photography,”
admits Brough. “But I ventured into the new business that exhausted my $70,000 savings account because God told me to, I wanted to walk a new life of faith and obedience.” But to his astonishment God divinely returned Paul’s investment in three and half months.
That was a tremendous leap of faith, and it represents the turning point in Brough’s life when he went from hardcore atheism to total reliance upon God. In order to inspire others to listen to God in their own lives, Brough wanted to publish his compelling story. Paul writes about how God mobilized him to testify to thousands of people on several USA cross-country pet photography tours.
Asked about the book tittle, Paul said, “after I killed the the belief that God didn’t exist, I became blessed.” This book is for believers and non-believers. Atheists will learn why Paul came to know God is real. This book speaks to Christians about what holds them back from reaching a true peaceful, purposeful and passionate life. The book reveals what was blocking a 25-year veteran pastor with a PhD in theology from reaching his true Godly potential. The book explains the formula for a successful Christian life, “Do what God wants you to do, with the talents and gifts He has given to move His kingdom forward”. After experiencing ten miracles in his life, Paul speaks with passion and conviction on this topic.
“The book is not about me, it’s not about fame or fortune, it’s about God. It’s about glorifying God and living a faithful, obedient life.” responds Paul. And in “The Vision” chapter, it is revealed what’s next in Paul’s life. God has called him to build the largest ship that has ever been built. The floating missionary ship will include a school, orphanage, hospital and much more. Helping people and serving God is its purpose. Asked about the relation to Noah’s Ark, Paul replied “I see no relationship to Noah’s Ark. God has asked me to build a ship, I will build a ship.”
To pay for the multi-billion dollar mega-missionary ship, God has blessed with Mr. Brough with ZinkUz (www.ZinkUz.com)
. ZinkUz is a patent-pending process that connects random people together within the boundaries of an organization. ZinkUz is an organizational strengthening tool that harnesses the synergistic human capital potential within. And, on May 24, 2012 an article was released about Apple's CEO titled, "Tim Cook Likes To Eat With Random Employees". God said to Paul, "organizations that embrace tools and technologies that create NEW relationships will be rewarded with amazing success.”
“I decided that I have to share my story of how I went from being a hard-boiled atheist to a blessed believer,” says Brough. “So once again God guided me in the right direction, and the publication of the book will happen around the same time as the ZinkUz launch.”
Paul has left room in his book to share other miraculous stories of atheists who also found God. You can read about more about Paul’s book project, “The Blessed Dead Atheist” at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1270364905/the-blesse...