Whether you are searching for your calling or wholeheartedly pursuing your life's purpose, Brian Houston's transformative approach to life will help you navigate a faith path that is all your own and discover unique gifts tailored perfectly for your journey.
Thirty-five years ago, when Brian Houston set out to pioneer a church with 30 people in a school hall, he had no idea how many highs and lows, sacrifices and miraculous opportunities he would face. Over time his tiny church grew into the worldwide Hillsong ministry, leading people all over the globe to follow the greatest guide who ever walked the path of life - Jesus.
In this straightforward book, Brian Houston shares his own life-tested experiences and the powerful biblical truths he's learned that will enable you to live fully, love completely, and lead boldly - the hallmarks of Jesus' time on Earth. When it comes to life with Jesus, there is no doubt - your best is yet to come!
Brian Houston is the founder and senior pastor of Hillsong Church. With global campuses around the world, including New York and Los Angeles, Hillsong has a combined weekly attendance of over 90,000. Houston hosts one of the fastest growing daily international broadcasts in the world. He is also executive director for Hillsong Music, one of the world's largest producers of Christian music. He and his wife, Bobbie, have three grown children and live in Sydney, Australia, and Orange County, California.
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a great inspirational book
a great book in every aspect: inspirational stories about Brian Houston's and Hillsong's life and history. Great teaching and application of God's word into everyone's life - supported by some amazing songs from Hillsong United....the only negative: the book has an end...would have loved to continue listening...
- D. C
seriously get a professional to do the narration.
it was a strugle to finish this book...partly because of the voice... which is unsuited for narration, but also because of the lack of structure and cohesion. being part of hillsong i felt like i had to finish it, but it was a struggle. time is better spent on other books