Book DetailsAuthor: Todd Hansen
Softbound: 112 pages
Product Dimensions: 5.5”x8.5”
Retail Price: $9.95
Book DescriptionLive a Full Life of Inspiration and Devotion was written to provide encouragement for those who seek the Lord God, and to help inspire us all to be an encouragement to others by going out and sharing the Gospel. In truth, Todd’s message is simple, “...believe the full gospel, and live a full life.”
AuthorTodd Hansen describes himself as a gospel singer. Is that how he earns a living? No, but that’s who Todd is. One of the chapters of this book better defines that. Other words to describe Todd include author, songwriter, craftsman, and businessman.
Todd is a graduate of Murray State University with a Masters of Business Administration, and has many years in business management. The common thread in all these attributes is that Todd possesses a love for God and ministry, and has been reaching out in various forms for many years.
He previously produced a daily radio program on a local station and wrote a weekly devotional for a small chain ofnewspapers. Both of those ventures shared the name “Live a Full Life.” Todd currently can be heard singing at area churches and at other local group settings such as nursing homes and Celebrate Recovery.
Todd and his wife Veronica are members of Salem Baptist Church in Salem, Kentucky. They have a “Brady Bunch” family consisting of three sons — Kyle, TJ, and Elijah — and three daughters — Ashley, Emily, and, yes, another Emily. All the children are grown and the number of grandchildren continues to grow….
PraiseLive a Full Life of Inspiration and Devotion is a very straightforward book written by a spiritual man who walks in this fallen world. The book is enjoyable, honest, and straightforward, and an example of spiritual life in this world. I found the book enjoyable, lighthearted, and inspirational.
—William E. Barnes, MD, MBA, FACS
Todd has written a down-to-earth view of everyday spirituality that is comfortable and conversational for the reader. With thought provoking everyday examples, he points to opportunities to see the way to right living in our daily lives to get to the next life. He reminds all readers that the way isn’t for just a select few…it is there for the asking. Our courtrooms would not be nearly as full if we could all simply “let go and let God” lead us upon that way.
—C.A. Woodall, III, Circuit Judge
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