Friday, June 19, 2015

Transformed From Ghetto to Glory-The Life You Can Live, by Dr. Keith Driscoll

Changes Can Be Made- Its Up to You

IS IT TIME TO CHANGE? This book is a must read if you really want to become the person that God wants you to be for your life. You can significantly improve your life if you're willing to transform. How you feel as a Christian as a spouse, as a parent. 90% of the time there is no one to blame but ourselves that's why we must transform. Well Dr. Keith Driscoll, minister and social psychologist, wrote this powerful book called Transformed. This book will definitely help you to help yourself if you follow the simple steps that God wants you to have. You'll learn that it's not about anyone on the outside but it is about the inner you. It will help you in every aspect of your life. It will help you mend families, mend your relationship with God, and help with your new job. Transformed is a book that will help you beat the odds. You will be able to build relationships. It will last till death do you part. In his book, Dr. Driscoll offers wisdom, counsel, and an impassioned challenge to keep your life in order and keep the world around you always stable. “Be not conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind” (Romans 12:2). In this book, Dr. Driscoll will help you renew your mind. A MUST READ

About the Author
About the author Keith Driscoll received his B.A. in psychology and M.Ed. in English Language Learning from The Evergreen State College and earn a Ph.D. from Sheffield University. Before his academic counseling career, Keith attended the Memphis School of Preaching where he fell in love with God's Word and every aspect of being a minister. Besides being the full time Minister with Salem Church. Keith is a professional behavior profiler and counselor working with school districts in Texas, Arkansas. Puerto Rico and Illinois. Keith was born and raised in Houston, Texas but lived for years in the Pacific Northwest. Keith is married to Vanessa and they have three children Samaria, Shaun, and Shanelle.
A small book-53 pages. A very quick read.  But a powerful message!!!  I very much enjoyed this book.  well-written too!

1 comment:

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