New Book asks, "Where is Your Final Destination?"

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New workbook by David Pitt draws map to an afterlife without brimstone and fire.

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The ultimate message here is that you needn’t be concerned, because God knows them all.

Some say it’s about the journey, not the destination. Even after a challenging life, David Pitt is still inclined to disagree.

In his new spiritual workbook, “Where is Your Final Destination?” (published by Balboa Press), Pitt puts a big star on every reader’s life map, pointing to the final destination that every person should achieve-- a complete, fulfilling relationship with God. According to Pitt, the secret is realizing that there is a set order to life, even if events sometimes seem random or out of control.

“Life’s really as simple as A-B-C,” Pitt says. “The only challenge is starting the journey that this book introduces you to, which will lead you in the right direction to the final destination--the change that can take place inside with God’s love for us.”

The guide features a variety of elements such as poems, graphics, puzzles and areas for reader reflection, all of which are color coded and use everyday language. Each element, Pitt says, is meant to guide readers on their upward journey while also measuring personal growth along the way. In this capacity, Pitt intends to guide readers in a variety of settings, including daily conversations or individual and group Bible study.

Throughout the book, Pitt also incorporates relevant scripture passages to help readers draw a connection between life experiences and Bible lessons.

“Life is a puzzle that comes with big and small pieces,” Pitt says. “The ultimate message here is that you needn’t be concerned, because God knows them all."

“The information here can assure us of a better world for today, tomorrow and the years to come.”

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“Where is Your Final Destination?”
By David Pitt
ISBN: 9778-1-4525-3988-1
Softcover, retail price: $23.95
E-book price: $9.99

About the author
David Pitt has always been creative, as his parents encouraged his passion from a very young age. Today, Pitt lives in Sandys, Bermuda. When he isn’t writing or studying the Bible, David enjoys graphic designing and computer programming.

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