A Story Worth Telling

Your Field Guide to Living an Authentic Life

By Bill Blankschaen Published
Paperback ISBN: 9781426786433 $16.99 Buy
Your life is a story. And your faith will write it.

What if you could live an authentic life of such lasting significance that your story would be celebrated in places and times you can’t even imagine? What if you had the courage to “step out before knowing how it all turns out?”

This hands-on field guide packs in true stories and practical tips for living a life of authentic faith in God, the kind that gets out of the boat and leaves a lasting legacy. Author Bill Blankschaen’s winsome voice meets you where you are in your life journey and calls you to something more, to a grander, more meaningful life grounded in biblical truth. With real-life stories and Scripture, Blankschaen shows you how authentic faith
  - Gives focus to your life,
  - Opens your eyes to possibilities,
  - Produces the courage to answer the call,
  - Moves you to move mountains, and
  - Empowers you to keep moving forward when facing problems.

Life is short. Take control of your story. Start now. Experience A Story Worth Telling for a faith that changes everything.

 

Endorsements

“Now here’s a book that will help you make your story matter. Don’t miss this.” —Jeff Goins, author, The Art of Work

“This book will show you how to make your life story the best God intended for it to be.”—Mark Sanborn, author The Fred Factor and Fred 2.0

“Want to become a catalyst for lasting change? Read this book!”—Brad Lomenick, author of The Catalyst Leader and H3 Leadership, former President of Catalyst

About the Author

Bill Blankschaen

Bill Blankschaen is a writer and speaker who has been teaching FaithWalkers material over the last 17 years to audiences ranging in age from 4 to 100. A former principal and director of Development for The Center for Cultural Leadership, his writing has been featured with Michael Hyatt, Skip Prichard, Ron Edmondson, High Hewitt, Jeff Goins, Catalyst Leaders, and Faith Village. He lives in Chardon, Ohio.