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      WiRE

      Tired of feeling disconnected from God? . . . especially during your busy work week?

      "This might be the most important thing you could read today."—Steve Stenstrom, Pro Athletes Outreach

      "WiRE keeps me on track" —Rob Pietsch, Vice President, Twitter

      "WiRE is exactly what I needed" —Danny Kim, Vice President, Morgan Stanley

      "Read WiRE" —Steve Foley, All Pro, Denver Broncos

      When we men are out in the world—during the workweek, in our jobs, at our workplaces, on planes, in hotels, often disconnected from God—we're a bit like men out in the wilderness, alone. The ruler of this world is our enemy (1 John 5:19). It can often be, therefore, unfriendly and unforgiving, dangerous even, a place where we must fight to survive.

      But we aren't alone. God offers himself "more abundantly than all that we ask or think" (Ephesians 3:20-21). He offers all of himself, all the time—as much as we want, as much as we choose. And we must choose him. You see, we face important decisions: Can we reconcile our work lives with our faith? Are we the leaders at home that our families need us to be? Are we becoming the men that God intends us to become? In order to answer these questions, and others, we need God's truth in our lives. We need his help.

      There's tension, of course. We're busy. We're busy fighting for survival. Our days are filled with meetings, calls, commutes, travel, activities with kids, social activities. So while we know the power of living within God's truth, our busyness makes it hard. Hearing a sermon on Sunday is absolutely necessary, but it's not enough. We men need new, purpose-built ways of bringing God into Monday-thru-Saturday too.

      WiRE is one of those ways.

      The sole purpose of this bold, but solid book from Justin Camp is to give men a way to choose God, right in the middle of the busyness. The sole purpose of this book is to be, like the mail plane or the telegraph wire of old, a mode of communication that penetrates deep into the wilderness--reaching men right where they are, right where they spend their days.

      ● Succinct — you can fit WiRE in . . . even on your busiest workdays

      ● Rooted in Scripture — you'll bring the truth of Scripture into more areas of your life

      ● Written for Men — you'll get relevant, focused writing on issues MEN face

      ● Twice-a-Week — you'll get just two devotionals per week

      ● Practical — you'll get clear, workable take-aways . . . in every devotional


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