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Acquiring material possessions has become the driving passion.This trend is underpinned by a twenty-first century churchthat preaches a prosperity gospel.God is calling His people to experience His fullness and riches while they yet live. But, all too often, His call becomes lost in the noise of a compulsive drive for personal gain. Dr. Michael Blackwell issues a quiet yet shrill clarion, penetrating the business of life, and producing a renewed focus on the truth of God's desire for us. A dynamic reminder of the definition of the riches God designed for our lives, Riches Beyond Measure helps the reader to refocus on the true meaning of life, thus providing a refreshing antidote to a popular but misplaced theology.In Riches Beyond Measure, author Dr. Michael Blackwell leads us gently but firmly on a journey of discovery.Starting with the admonition to accept themselves, readers are drawn through twelve successive steps, culminating in a challenge to embrace the future. About the author: Dr. Michael Blackwell, is president of Baptist Children's Homes of N.C. He has a doctorate in ministry and has served as president of numerous national childcare organizations. Dr. Blackwell is the author of books on family and leadership, and a noted speaker. He and his wife, Catherine, have two children and one grandchild.
Dr. Michael C. Blackwell has been president of The Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina since July 1, 1983. The Baptist Children's Homes serves nearly 2,000 children and 4,000 family members annually and is one of the largest institutions of its kind. BCH provides programs and services from more than a dozen locations across North Carolina. Dr. Blackwell writes and speaks frequently about New Millennium Families and other topics such as leadership, motivation, and personal wellness. He is a member of the National Speakers Association and the North Carolina Writers' Network. He was rearedA
Ken Walker, a freelance writer from Kentucky, is a regular contributor to national magazines and news services. The coauthor of more than a dozen books, he cherishes the riches of his marriage, family, and friends. A