Bob Westfall asks readers, “Are you ready to dream God’s dream?” in his new book, The Fulfillment Principle: Experiencing a Life of Pure Joy and Fulfillment. He invites those who are overwhelmed and unfulfilled to realize this simple but profound truth: “When you use the gifts God gives you to live out the dream He has birthed in you, then you experience the joy of fulfillment that comes straight from heaven.”
Drawing on the challenge from Jesus’ parable of the talents, Westfall shows readers how the Creator of the universe hands His children a clear, concise blueprint for pure joy. They will see the extraordinary impact individuals can have when they choose to use their gifts and not bury them. They will learn:
• How to discover their God-given talents
• How to invest the talents God has given them
• How to realize a life of joy and fulfillment
The Fulfillment Principle is packed with stories, encouragement and motivation to help readers pursue their God-given gifts in order to experience the joy of a lifetime—for a lifetime. Fulfillment isn’t impossible or unreachable. It starts with the understanding that God created each of us with a glorious dream for who we are. Westfall encourages, “It is not up to you and me to worry about results. It is up to you and me to figure out what God wants us to do—and to do it. If He is with you in the dream He has placed in your heart, nothing can stop it from unfolding the way He wants it to, no matter how impossible it may seem.”
“The Fulfillment Principle will find you wherever you are on the path to joy, meet you there, continue on the journey with you and lend some remarkable energy and inspiration along the way. Whether your joy has been wearied from circumstances, disappointments or waylaid dreams, or if you are simply searching for a way to expand the broad shoulders of already-present joy in your life, this book is for you,” says Bruce Wilkinson, a New York Times #1 best-selling author.
About the Author: Bob Westfall is president of the Westfall Group which serves charities and Christian ministries in financial stewardship and communications. He frequently speaks at national conferences and to charity boards, philanthropists, churches and other groups. Previously he served as the Senior VP for development for Walk Thru the Bible Ministries (WTB). He currently lives in Suwanee, Georgia, with his wife, Kim, and is the parent of four children.