ASSIST News Service Campus Correspondent writes a challenge to the next generation
By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST News Service
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (ANS — March 8, 2017) – WestBow Press will release a new missions challenge book this month from author Billy [Bill] Bray. The book is in production now and is expected to be available in bookstores for graduation gift-giving.
Titled “Called to All: How I Discovered the Power of a Yielded Life,” it is primarily a spiritual challenge to the next generation of student leadership. Bray says it answers the question every spiritually-minded student must ask, “Is God calling me?”
The book challenges readers to urgently consider full or part-time Christian careers. Missional thinking is creating a new kind of spiritual entrepreneurism, he says.
To order an autographed first edition, contact the author at 434-227-0811 or email@example.com.
“This is not just a book for millennials,” says Bray, “but a guide to discernment for everyone wherever they are on life’s journey.”
Bray is a retired foreign correspondent who traveled to 55 countries covering wars, disaster relief, and community development over a 50-year career. As a working journalist, he cultivated a keen interest in international students and indigenous mission leaders.
He continues to write professionally on campus affairs and missions for ASSIST News and others. He is active in Christian missions and serves as chairman and current president of Overseas Students Mission in Charlottesville, Virginia.
WestBow Press, the self-publishing division of Thomas Nelson/Zondervan, is handling online and trade distribution to bookstores. Thomas Nelson/Zondervan is the world’s largest Christian publisher.
Lavidge, the Christian public relations firm, is handling a summer author tour and expects to be scheduling appearances and interviews starting in late April or early May.
Photo captions: 1) Cover of Billy Bray’s new book. 2) Billy [Bill] Bray. 3) Dan Wooding with many of his books. (Photo: OC Register).
About the writer: Dan Wooding, 76, is an award-winning journalist who was born in Nigeria in 1940 of British missionary parents, Alfred and Anne Wooding, and is now living in Southern California with his wife Norma, to whom he has been married for nearly 54 years. They have two sons, Andrew and Peter, and six grandchildren who all live in the UK. Dan is the founder and president of ASSIST (Aid to Special Saints in Strategic Times) and the ASSIST News Service (ANS) and he hosts a weekly radio show and two TV shows all based in Southern California. He is also the author of some 45 books.
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