BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB) September 29, 2018
As a writer, one of the greatest gifts is when your book resonates with an audience.
For Van Moody, pastor of The Worship Center in Birmingham, Alabama and a prominent national voice in the world of Christian leadership, his latest book, "Desired by God: Discover a Strong, Soul-Satisfying Relationship with God by Understanding Who He Is and How Much He Loves You," has achieved just that –- earning bestselling status on four lists: Publisher’s Weekly, Christian Book Expo, Books-A-Million and Bulkbooks.com.
“With all the turmoil in our culture and even within our churches, the message of "Desired by God" is one that needs hearing. I am happy that people are seeking it out and finding meaning in it,” said Moody.
The book explores God’s love for His people and reveals the secret to a grounded, lasting relationship with God. Moody helps make sense of why God’s love for people never falters by examining well-known biblical, historical and current love stories, revealing why God is continuously looking for us to see him clearly and fall in love with him.
Through easy-to-follow highlight lists and Questions to Ponder at the close of each chapter, and meaningful, heartfelt cartoons and graphics, Moody helps readers to see God clearly and fall in love with him, becoming more grounded, satisfied and cared for than ever imagined.
Van Moody serves as pastor of The Worship Center in Birmingham, Alabama. In addition, he is on the board of Joel Osteen's Champions Network, is a member of Dr. Oz’s Core Team, and is an associate trainer in Japan for Dr. John C. Maxwell’s EQUIP leadership organization. Previous books include "The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose," and "The I Factor: How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life." Moody, his wife, Ty, and their children, Eden Sydney and Ethan Isaiah, live in Birmingham, Alabama.
--"'Desired by God' is a game-changer…a must-read. But more importantly it is a guide to the romanticism of a God who has chosen us to be the objects of His affection!” Bishop T. D. Jakes--