The 4 Wills of God
The Way He Directs Our Steps and Frees Us to Direct Our Own
Other Editions of This Title:
Compact Disc (4/1/2018)
Should you take the job? Quit the job? Begin a relationship? End a relationship? Move? Plant roots?
How do we find God’s will for life's big decisions?
What if you had total freedom?
Emerson Eggerichs believes there is a clear answer to finding God’s will. The Bible itself reveals the clue--a secret hidden in plain sight.
Before launching his Love & Respect marriage ministry with wife Sarah, Emerson was a senior pastor for nearly 20 years in East Lansing Michigan. Before that, Emerson and a friend ran a free counseling center called “The Open Door” in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
As Emerson navigated his career he found both he and the people he was counseling were wrestling with big decisions and knowing if that decision was really what God wanted.
Immersing himself in God’s word for over 30 hours a week for 19 years, he discovered simple, clear truths that set him and many others free.
There is a starting point to discovering God’s Will for your next decision and for your entire life. Begin here to read stories of people in the same situations you face today. You’ll be able to discover the freedom you’ve been searching for, and then, like Emerson, you’ll help others find that freedom too.
B&H Books, 9781462743735, 224pp.
Publication Date: April 2, 2018
About the Author
Emerson Eggerichs, PhD, completed his studies in child and family ecology at Michigan State University and is the author of the New York Times bestseller Love & Respect. He and his wife, Sarah, present to live audiences around the country in their Love and Respect Conferences. As a communication expert, Emerson has also spoken to groups from the NFL, NBA, PGA, the Navy SEALs, and members of congress.
Emerson was the senior pastor of Trinity Church in Lansing, Michigan, for almost twenty years. He holds a BA in biblical studies from Wheaton College, an MA in communication from Wheaton College Graduate School, and an MDiv from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. He and Sarah have been married since 1973 and have three adult children