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What if the world's view of success is God's definition of failure? What if your beliefs about marriage, children, career, or money aren't based on... Read More
What if the world's view of success is God's definition of failure? What if your beliefs about marriage, children, career, or money aren't based on god's values, but on those of a broken culture?
When Dale Partridge's outwardly perfect life, marriage, and family were crumbling on the inside, he began questioning if culture's definition of success was something to seek after or to be saved from. What he found challenged everything he believed about "the good life" and equipped him to rebuild an even better life based on God's timeless design. Filled with scripture and practical application, Saved from Success is the book millions of burned-out and bedraggled Christians have been waiting for.
About the Contributor(s)Dale Partridge is the founder and editor in chief of UnlearnChurch.org, a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, and biblical house-church...
Dale Partridge is the founder and editor in chief of UnlearnChurch.org, a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, and biblical house-church planter. With over 500,000 followers on social media and 500,000 monthly readers of his blog, Dale is a provocative influencer on the topics of church, family, manhood, and marriage. He is a trusted advisor to a variety of Christian publications and his work has been featured on Fox News, NBC, Christianity Today, Today, Good Morning America, Faithwire.com, and Huffington Post. Dale and his wife reside with their three children on their farm in Central Oregon.
Weight (lbs)0.57 lb
Case Weight (lbs)13.7 lb
Dimensions 8.3(h) x 5.5(w) x 0.64(d) inches
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