Destin, Florida (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
David Divelbiss, a man who was “saved” by his high school football coach, later trained to become a firefighter and eventually became a paramedic, may be more rugged than your typical Christian minister, but he’s sensitive enough to pour his heart into a book for those seeking answers to modern life’s spiritual dilemmas. That book is called “Destiny Driven”, soon to be released by Bush Publishing.
Not surprisingly, the former athlete and man of action urges others to find a path that incorporates care for spirit, soul, and body. “The Bible says our bodies belong to God,” he points out, quoting Corinthians.
The Long Beach, California native also believes it’s particularly important that people “Enjoy the journey. Don’t wait until your dreams come to pass to get happy.”
Divelbiss’s own journey has taken him as far away as Haiti, South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe to share the spiritual philosophies he’s now bringing to print. With the book, he’s aiming squarely for an American audience.
Margo Bush, president of Bush Publishing, feels particularly inspired by the messages in Divelbiss’s manuscript. “Everyone has a destiny in life,” she says. “What you do each day either adds or subtracts from you fulfilling that purpose. ‘Destiny Driven’ is a must read for anyone who needs help finding God’s destiny for their life.”
For more information about the upcoming release of “Destiny Driven”, visit http://www.bushpublishing.com.