Dream Chasers: The Journey of Nine Ordinary People Who Became Extraordinary
:Have you ever known the pain and disappointment of a shattered dream, a hope deferred, a vision put on hold? Maybe you started out with a dream in your heart, but it got buried beneath the rubble of life's challenges....
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:Have you ever known the pain and disappointment of a shattered dream, a hope deferred, a vision put on hold? Maybe you started out with a dream in your heart, but it got buried beneath the rubble of life's challenges. Whatever it may be, life took some unexpected turns and threw you off-course. Dream Chasers follows the lives of nine ordinary people, who overcame great hardship in order to follow their God-Given dreams. In doing so, they became extraordinary. Through exclusive interviews with these leaders, Uta Schmidt uncovered that in chasing their dreams they do not avoid life's disappointments and hardships. They endure suffering and experience crises of faith, but ultimately they find a way through. And we can all do the same on the way to our God-given dreams. Through their inspiring stories you you will gain insights into the process of becoming who God called you to be, and you will grow in determination to follow your dreams straight through the fire of transformation
Uta Schmidt is the author of Keys To Unlock Your Destiny and the owner of Dream Chasers Approach, a leadership training and mentoring program that equips individuals to connect with their true identity so they are released to walk out their God-given dreams. Uta is passionate about teaching and training people to step into their destiny and release more of their potential. She has completed two master degrees (M.A.) in literature and linguistics, worked as a university and college teacher in the Netherlands for more than a decade and served in a USA based discipleship ministry for young women from incarceration and addiction backgrounds to walking in their destiny. She travels internationally and works with several aid programmes in South African townships and in Mozambique. She has recently relocated back to Heidelberg, Germany.