Nothing Plus Nothing Equals Something in God's Economy

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Author Paul Millar shows how starting over from scratch is a great way to rebuild in new book "Nothing Plus Nothing".

There is no worse feeling than hitting a brick wall in life, or coming to what seems like a complete dead end. Life is filled with many challenges and trials, and knowing that we cannot just give up weighs heavily on our minds when there seems to be no other way. Paul Millar's new book, "Nothing Plus Nothing" (paperback, 978-1-60477-538-9), brings encouragement to readers who have come to a dead end in their lives, and it offers clearly written guidance along with its message of hope.

The new book shows readers how to move forward and accomplish great things no matter what has happened to them in the past. Millar guides his readers to a complete understanding of the best way to overcome obstacles and stumbling-blocks, which is by actively participating in their own life and in the ministry God has called them to.

"Starting over from scratch is a great way to rebuild," says Millar, "and if you apply the knowledge and wisdom found within the pages of this book, you will surely find yourself doing great and mighty exploits." Millar's writing comes from a great deal of experience. He shares the same life-giving message he offers soon-to-be-released prisoners who are facing the seemingly insurmountable task of starting life over from nothing.

Paul Millar is the founder of the Christian Chaplains Association of America, which trains and equips fellow laborers to serve in prison ministries. He has been a chaplain for seven years, traveling throughout the United States ministering in prisons, encouraging inmates that it's never too late to start over and be successful in whatever they put their hand to.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Nothing Plus Nothing through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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