272 pages | $12.99 | Paperback | Published: 2007
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Summary: People have always been keen to figure out their place in the scheme of things. This book helps by providing a “theology roadmap” for the journey. These great biblical truths, when held together in our minds, will take us where we need to go in a healthy way.
About the Author:
Charles D. Drew (BA, Harvard University; MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia) serves as the Senior Pastor at Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, Manhattan. He and his wife, Jean, have two grown children.
What Others Say About This Book:
“Charles Drew has given us a great book to give away — especially to those who want a purpose-driven life and want to dig more deeply into the mysteries of that purpose. . . [He] takes us a step beyond the literature that is presently available on the subject. Highly recommended.” — Timothy Keller, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York
“In A Journey Worth Taking, Charles Drew has written a well-researched, thought-provoking guide which offers a meaningful analysis of the unique stages of calling. A highly recommended read for anyone who has ever wondered ‘Why am I here?’” — Jane Hyun, author, Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling
“I was moved to tears by this beautifully written, honest, and comprehensive perspective on life calling. Charles Drew presents a realistic but hopeful view — one solidly grounded in the reality of the triune God. This is a great book for anyone wanting to reflect on the purpose and direction of their life’s work.” — Chris Keidel, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
“Find a group of others who are seeking direction in life and read this book together. The questions at the end of each chapter are worth the price, and you’ll find yourselves drawn into a dialogue that will change your life.” — The Rev. Peter C. Moore, D.D., author, Disarming the Secular Gods
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