Why are we drawn to stories of heroic triumph over seemingly impossible circumstances? In our fascination with adventure movies, superheroes, and tales of incredible human feats, do we reveal an inherent desire for something larger and greater in life? Maybe what we think is a need to escape or be entertained is actually a God-inspired longing for the extraordinary.
When an aspiring reporter and a Pinkerton detective get tangled in Doc Hollidays storyand each othersparks cant help but fly.
Despite her fathers valiant attempts to marry her off, perpetual wallflower Anna Finch finds her solace in the written word. An aspiring newspaperwoman, Anna is on the verge of a big scoop. While telling the story of dying gunslinger Doc Holliday seems like the opportunity of a lifetime, a hired Pinkerton agent is about to ruin everything shes worked for.
Vision is a preferred future. A destination. Vision always stands in contrast to the world as it is. Visioneering, according to bestselling author Andy Stanley, is a clear mental picture of what could be, fueled by the conviction that it should be. With warm, down-to-earth practicality, Andy Stanley explores the ordinary life of Nehemiah and his God-given vision for accomplishing the extraordinary. He shows how the life of this great ancient visionary, determined to rebuild the ruined walls of Jerusalem, reveals principles that can prepare us to find and follow Gods multifaceted vision for our own lives. Now this bestseller is again available in an attractive, affordable paperback!