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The Life of D. James Kennedy
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The Truth That Transformed Me
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Jimmy Kennedy was a lonely Chicago kid from a difficult family background who rose, nevertheless, to be his High School Quarterback.
Moving to Florida, due to his fathers health, he swapped the quarterback jersey for a tall hat to lead the High School band. Why? It meant he could get to college the only way he could afford - on a full music scholarship.
Then, to help pay his way through college, he ran a water-ski boat, played in a band and trained as a dance instructor.
I guess you could say that Jim was an overachiever!
Dancing, however, became his passion and he left College to pursue his dream of managing his own dance instruction business. Jim became a national dance champion at 22 years old and was earning a small fortune - about $300,000 a year in today's money.
But Jim's future was not in music and dance - but in the arms of a young lady called Anne, who suggested he really ought to go to church...
Today D. James Kennedy is known throughout the world as the author of "Evangelism Explosion", the senior pastor of Coral Ridge Church in Fort Lauderdale and as the presenter of "Truths that Transform" and "The Coral Ridge Hour". His ministry has touched lives around the world - now let his story touch your heart and see Jim Kennedy as you have never seen him before.
The Truth That Transformed Me by Mary Lou Davis was published by Christian Focus Publications in December 2006. The ISBN for The Truth That Transformed Me is 9781845502065.
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|Page last updated||9th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Mary Lou Davis|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (December 2006)|
|Number of Pages||272|