Josh Peterson is the author of The Life Changer: Finding Joy, Peace, and Your Purpose by Discovering Truth (2022, Covenant Books). A description of this very important and interesting book is below. Please check it out!
The Life Changer seeks to help quench our spiritual thirst for joy, peace, and purpose. It shows us how we can enjoy the life that God wants us to live and how we can have assurance of spending eternity with Him in heaven.
The Life Changer provides compelling answers to life’s biggest questions about our identity, purpose, and destiny by using five tests. These five easy-to-understand tests empower us to determine if our spiritual beliefs are true or not. True spiritual beliefs satisfy our minds, hearts, and souls. Discovering whether or not our spiritual beliefs are true enables us to live for God and to have a life filled with joy, peace, and purpose. We can all find joy, peace, and our purpose in life. Isn’t that really exciting?
In The Life Changer, Josh Peterson shares the story of his spiritual journey and his positive experiences with people who have various spiritual beliefs. Peterson takes a fascinating look at the main claims of the Christian faith and the main claims of eight other worldviews. He also shares the amazing stories of more than a dozen people whose lives have been changed by God. After telling these inspiring stories, Peterson encourages us to consider the claims of the Christian faith and the claims of Jesus, who is still changing countless lives all over the world.
Would you like to know if your spiritual beliefs are true? You can discover the truth that sets you free!
God willing, Josh will be writing some more good books soon!
Frequently Asked Questions about The Life Changer
- When will The Life Changer be in print? Probably between June and August of this year.
- Who should read The Life Changer? Everyone who has an interest in spiritual things.
- Why should I read The Life Changer? Reading it will greatly bless you spiritually and emotionally.
- Is The Life Changer written by the author who wrote Missing? No, a different author wrote that book.