Do you want to discover the meaning of your life? Through the ages, man has searched for the 'meaning of life.' But even though many of us know there must be something more, we stumble about with undirected goals and undiscovered passion. In Soul Passion, the first book in his Intentional Life Trilogy, Ramesh Richard motivates readers to ask themselves what their passion is -- where they have placed their heart, love, trust, and sufficiency. Discovering your soul passion is the foundation for living a biblically well-built and profitable life.
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RAMESH RICHARD God has permitted Dr. Ramesh Richard, founder and president of Ramesh Richard Evangelism and Church Health (RREACH), to be a global spokesman for the Lord Jesus Christ. As a global proclamation ministry, RREACH¿s vision is to change the way One Billion Individuals think and hear about the Lord Jesus Christ through evangelizing opinion leaders, strengthening pastoral leaders (primarily of Asia, Africa and Latin America) and media outreach.Dr. Richard travels the world clarifying the Bible¿s message to audiences ranging from non-Christian university intellectuals to undertrained rural pastors, from gatherings of a few to those of thousands. He has exposed many of society¿s ¿opinion leaders¿ to the good news of Jesus Christ and trained thousands of church leaders in more than 100 countries to preach, live and think biblically. Dr. Richard also serves as Professor of Global Theological Engagement and Pastoral Ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary and as General Convener of the 2016 Global Proclamation Congress for Pastoral Trainers to be held, the Lord willing, in Bangkok, Thailand. Dr. Richard holds a ThD in Systematic Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Delhi. He and his wife, Bonnie, live in Dallas, Texas, and have three grown children Ryan, Robby and Sitara; a daughter-in-law, Nathalie; and two grandchildren, Joshua and Emma.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Biologically and behaviorally, nerve-ending living leads to addictions in the name of freedom. Finding a spiritual home on our own, in our seemingly bleak universe, runs into major obstacles. We would like this spiritual home to be eternal and stable but find our activities bound by time and change. Like homing pigeons who lose their way due to cellular interference or climatic changes, we follow new impulses. We turn with hope to dopey solutions, literally to heroin or cocaine, or metaphorically to any stimulant. We finally get addicted to a new slavery in the name of freedom. We even barter away human, appreciable freedom in the pursuit of unlimited freedom normally reserved by religions for their gods. Fix after fix, be it erotica, smoking or shopping we can't live without our temporary fixes.
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