Written by John Hagee - Audio book narrated by J. Charles - Abridged Fiction - 1 MP3 COMPACT DISC
- 4 hours
Publisher, Brilliance Audio (December 2006)
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Everyone longs to be successful but very few have a clue of what true success really means. Pastor John Hagee explores seven areas of life that help readers recognize and define genuine greatness in their lives. Listeners will learn how to press in closer to their potential, overcome their frustration in current situations and achieve great things by using godly principles to resolve difficult issues.
Here are a few topics that Pastor Hagee discusses in this motivational message:
Entering the School of Success (A Personal Story)
False Definitions of Success
The Real Picture of Success
The Secrets of Attitude, Perseverance, Self-Esteem, Self-Mastery, Communication, Prosperity and Prayer
Those looking for suggestions about improving personal effectiveness and personal growth will both enjoy and benefit from The Seven Secrets.
About the Author: Dr. John C. Hagee is the founder and pastor of the 17,000-member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Hagee is also the President and C.E.O. of Global Evangelism Television which telecasts his national radio and television ministry on 120 TV stations, 110 radio stations, three networks and can be seen weekly in over 92 million homes. He is the author of several CBA bestsellers including HIS GLORY REVEALED, FROM DANIEL TO DOOMSDAY, GOD'S TWO-MINUTE WARNING, and THE REVELATION OF trUTH.
About the Narrator: J. Charles has more than 40 years experience in professional theatre, radio, television, and film. His name is familiar to many Michigan and national audiences as a scenic and lighting designer, as well as a performer and director. Mr. Charles trained in theatre at Michigan State University and Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie-Mellon).