The Person Called You Paperback
Why You're Here, Why You Matter & What You Should Do with Your Life
by Bill Hendricks;
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The Person Called You
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Do any of these thoughts sound familiar? In the last 70 years, social scientists and churches have been trying to help people understand who they are and how they fit with personality tests and spiritual gifts tests - but these only go so far. Bill Hendricks goes beyond personality types to explore and explain the fullness of human giftedness and the concept of personhood. Using the "Discover Your Design" test, The Person Called You provides a specific, comprehensive, and accurate understanding of the phenomenon of human giftedness from a Biblical perspective. It moves past the limited scope of other gift discovery tests to look at each person's unique God-given designs and motivations. This book helps the reader understand their deep uniqueness as a human being and purpose in life from a variety of angles - work, marriage, parenting, education, and one's relationship with God.
The Person Called You is for anyone who knows they aren't quite where they ought to be - and not quite where they will flourish best - and wants to be who they were created to be. It's a presentation of hope - hope that there actually are answers to some of life's most perplexing questions.
The Person Called You by Bill Hendricks was published by Moody in June 2014 and is our 51739th best seller. The ISBN for The Person Called You is 9780802412010.
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|Page last updated||9th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Bill Hendricks|
|Publisher||Moody (June 2014)|
|Number of Pages||238|