Ordinary People Extraordinary GOD – Book Promotion

Ordinary People Extraordinary GOD – Book Promotion

I received a copy of “Ordinary People Extraordinary GOD” ($14.99 value/Amazon) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

Ordinary people come in all shapes and sizes as do our personal lives.  Some of us hit rock bottom to see the light, others seem to be guided along the way.

In Ordinary People Extraordinary GOD, Rick Schatz shares 17 personal stories of lives transformed by the love of God.

“The goal of this book is to encourage others to seek a personal relationship with God and for those who already have such a personal relationship to dream bigger and reach for the stars in serving him.”

– Rick Schatz

The Bible shares many stories of ordinary people who were chosen to do extraordinary things…such as John and Peter to name a few.  They were not highly educated and ordinary people to share the Word of God and do extraordinary things.

The same is happening today.

In Schatz’s book, Jean, Joanne, Rick, and many more ordinary people today, are still being chosen by God to do many great things and become modern heroes who became pastors, create peacemaking ministries, and outreach ministries, or turn from addiction by God’s hand.

Nothing is impossible with God’s guidance!

What’s your story to share?  Or is God still working on your story?

Ordinary People Extraordinary GOD can be purchased at your local book store or Amazon.

Rick Schatz Bio

Rick attended public schools and graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.  Fourteen years as VP of Worldwide Marketing and Planning at Xomox led to starting his own company, Creative Waterworks, Inc.

Rick sold his company in 1990, leaving the business world to enter full-time vocational ministry. During his ministry, Rick spent 24 years at purehope, including 14 as President and CEO.  In 2014 Rick joined The Prayer Covenant, Inc., serving as President for two years and is now the ministry’s COO. Rick was also a board member of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy from 1978 to 1988 when the ministry closed.

Board member of Spiritual Counterfeits Project and On Target Prison ministry.  Served as General Chairman of the John Guest Evangelistic Crusade in Cincinnati from 1988 to 1990.  Is serving the local church as an elder, Bible teacher, and preacher.  Rick also co-edited a men’s devotional entitled On the Road.  Co-wrote Ordinary People Extraordinary God, published in the spring of 2020.

Rick’s Vision and Mission

To serve my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in reaching the lost and by making disciples.  Special focus is to reach children around the world through the Prayer Covenant and to make disciples of my grandchildren and other young people through weekly texts, prayer, and Bible studies.

 

 

Cynthia Tait

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