My response to the message of redemption was to write about it. I first began blogging about the subject of redemption after collecting many stories, research articles, and leadership surveys on the topic—having led to this, my second book on redemption. Writing these stories was to me, as it was to William Cowper in 1772—an uplifting and transformative experience.
It is in my heart that this book will become a blessing to those searching for hope, as well as those who offer hope and restoration to others. I know what God has done in rescuing me, and my hope is that by writing these stories I can in some way inspire a child-like wonder in each reader for the amazing work of the Holy Spirit, who brings redemption to fruition in our lives. I encourage you to continue sharing these stories with others, as well as your own winsome insights learned along this path of redemption.
According to Redemptive Leadership, organizational pressure to hire and retain near-perfect employees is higher than ever, but by offering second chance opportunities and utilizing the resources outlined in this book managers can reclaim, restore, and redirect current employees with great potential.
Redemption Inc. describes people committed to helping restore individual lives. It details how people can help value others who had been overcome by life-controlling problems that nearly destroyed them and each one’s road to recovery.