The Hollywood Commandments: A Spiritual Guide to Secular Success
DeVon Franklin, New York Times bestselling author of The Wait and prominent Hollywood producer, reveals that secular and spiritual success are not opposites. To have one, you need the other.Are you tired of living a life paralyzed by fear Are...
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DeVon Franklin, New York Times bestselling author of The Wait and prominent Hollywood producer, reveals that secular and spiritual success are not opposites. To have one, you need the other.Are you tired of living a life paralyzed by fear Are you anxious to break free of the "beware mentality" that has kept generations of well-meaning people living beneath the fullness of their callingYou're unfulfilled because you've been convinced that you would lose your faith if you pursued the secular ambitions God has put in your heart. However, until you pursue those ambitions you will miss out on the fullness of God and the success you were created to have.For too long there's been a line drawn between the spiritual and the secular, and we have been conditioned to believe that if we cross this line in either direction, we will have gone too far. It's time to break down this barrier so you are free to go further than any believer has gone before. The Hollywood Commandments combines spiritual teachings with secular strategies to help you achieve unprecedented success and live the life you were destined to live.
Jim Vandehey is the co-author of "Blindsided. "
<P>DeVon Franklin is a rarity: an African-American studio executive at the forefront of Hollywood's hit machine. He currently serves as Vice President of Production for Columbia Pictures, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, making him one of the youngest individuals in that position in the industry, where he recently oversaw the remake of the summer blockbuster, "The Karate Kid, " starring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith, which grossed over $350 million worldwide. He also worked on "The Pursuit of Happyness" and Hancock "both"starring Will Smith, the faith-based hit "Not Easily Broken, " pr