GILBERTSVILLE, Penn. (PRWEB) February 20, 2018
As Pastor Kevin R. Cropper, D.D., was conducting a study of the book of Romans, he came upon a verse which offered him insight concerning changes in his life, causing him to reflect upon how crucial one’s mindset is. In his new book “If You Can Change Your Mind, You Can Change Your Life.” (published by WestBow Press), Cropper delves into the importance of developing a positive worldview and argues that through faith and effort change can and will take place by the grace of God.
The author explains, “The key to all growth and development is change whether it’s through personal life change, technological change, atmosphere change … Change is relevant through any and all society.”
Cropper draws upon the biblical characters as well has his own personal story as examples of how faith plays a role in change. Though change itself is one of the greatest struggles one will face, says Cropper, knowing how and when to allow change to take place is an essential skill in building toward a fulfilling life.
“If You Can Change Your Mind, You Can Change Your Life.”
By Kevin R. Cropper, D.D.
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 146 pages | ISBN 9781512777802
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 146 pages | ISBN 9781512777796
E-Book | 146 pages | ISBN 9781512777789
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kevin R. Cropper, D.D., has been the senior pastor of the Ark of Safety Christian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for over 15 years. He is the husband of Pastor Brenda Cropper and the father of Ardell, Kaveena and Justin. It is his desire to help the people of God and anyone that desires help to overcome the challenges that life presents. He enjoys quiet time by watching classic movies with his wife and creative time by playing the bass.
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