Treasures of the Transformed Life 40 Day Reading Book

Satisfying Your Soul's Thirst for More

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Treasures of the Transformed Life 40 Day Reading Book
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Published August 2006

Not matter how good life is, most Christians thirst for something more. Although we are people of faith, many of us aren't satisfied. We long for lives that are more fulfilled, more rich, more meaningful, and more joyful. Without resorting to "have-tos," "shoulds," or "thou shalts," Treasures of the Transformed Live helps us identify our individual thirsts and shows us how to experience more than we could ask for or imagine. A great adventure unfolds when we discover the freedom, promise, and rewards that come with committing ourselves to a closer relationship with God through treasures of prayer, presence, gifts, and services. Refreshing, deep, and powerful, Treasures of the Transformed Life encourages us to dive into all God has for us and to live lives that are truly satisfying.

This book contains forty days of readings that help us realize that not matter where we are, we are all thirsty for more...the more that only a closer walk with God will satisfy. It can be read as stand alone resource, but is also a key part of the Transformed Giving Stewardship Program developed by John Ed Mathison.

About the Author

John Ed Mathison

John Ed Mathison was senior pastor for 36 years at Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. Named National Clergyman of the Year by the Religious Heritage of America, he holds a master’s degree from Princeton University and a doctor of ministry degree from Candler School of Theology. He has written five books, including Transformed Giving and Treasures of the Transformed Life. In 2008 he established the John Ed Mathison Leadership Ministries, which is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). More information is available at

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