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My Book is on Sale for $.99 August 6-13!

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The Kindle edition of my new book Called to Lead: Living and Leading for Jesus in the Workplace will be on sale for just $.99 for one week, beginning at 10:00 am CST August 6. The sale will end at 2:00 am CST on August 13.
In the book I share what I’ve learned about calling, vocation, work and leadership from my experience of leading in both the general marketplace and the church for more than 40 years.
Here are a few endorsements for the book:
“I rejoice to read sound words on how to integrate a Christian leader’s faith and work from such a faithful elder, who has immersed himself in the contemporary and historical writings of Reformed theologians and the essence of the Gospel. Bill Pence’s own integrated leadership in this area has spread by his mentoring of other leaders in the workplace and the “pews,” his Coram Deo blog, and his service in his local church. God has made Bill a rich resource to recover what was lost in the divide between faith and work.”
Dr. Robert Davis Smart, Senior Pastor of Christ Church (PCA), Normal, Illinois and author of many books including Waging War in an Age of Doubt

“For four decades, Bill seamlessly used his spiritual gift of leadership while serving in various church ministries and also at work. He has a keen understanding of the value of all work done as unto the Lord and finding your calling. I am excited to see how God will use this book to train men and women who are committed to leading like Jesus led, in humility, holiness, and love.”
Russ Gehrlein, Master Sergeant, U.S. Army (Retired), author of Immanuel Labor—God’s Presence in Our Profession: A Biblical, Theological, and Practical Approach to the Doctrine of Work

“In this book, Bill shares his belief that “God values our work and callings, as long as we are doing work that is pleasing to Him.” The book contains many helpful takeaways, learning resources to dig deeper and explore on your own, and end-of-chapter questions for personal reflection or small-group study. Bill also shares a six-week course he developed and implemented in his own church.”
Greston Miller, Retired Leadership Trainer and Coordinator at a Fortune 50 company and Licensed Secondary Education Teacher

“There are so many books on leadership out there, it’s hard to know where to start. Why not start with the guy who has read them all, processed them, and lived them out for years with joyful intensity under the watchful eye of his Savior?
Bill Pence’s Called to Lead is part autobiography, part bibliography, and part practical theology on the reflective glory of leadership and work. It’s a wonderful jump into the mind of a man who loves God, loves the church, and loves to see the people around him thrive in their callings, especially in the calling to lead. Having served alongside Bill for almost 11 years as one of my elders in my church, I gained much from his wisdom, encouragement, humility, and passion, and my hope is that in reading this book, you’ll experience an inkling of the same.”
Rev. David Keithley, Pastor of Hanna City Presbyterian Church, Hanna City, Illinois

“I had the privilege of working with Bill, and on a daily basis saw him demonstrate through his words and his actions what servant leadership is all about. In his book, Bill offers practical ideas and poses introspective questions for discerning your calling, living your work as a ministry, and leading with a servant heart.”
Julie Anderson, MBA Illinois Wesleyan University

“Drawing from almost forty years of experience, Bill Pence sets out a compelling vision of why and how to do work as a Christian leader. Bill lays a clear biblical foundation for work before building upon it with proven principles and practices pulled from today’s top leadership minds. This book is biblical, practical, encouraging, and a great discipleship took with its short chapters and discussion questions. Pick up Called to Lead to hear how one faithful leader fulfills his calling to work before the face of God. You’ll be glad you did.”
Kevin Halloran, Christian writer and missionary to Latin America with Leadership Resources International.

“Bill has taken his lifelong observations and filtered them through his deep, abiding faith and his commitment to Servant Leadership. Reflecting upon his insights as you read, this book will deepen your faith and grow within you a love of Christian, Servant Leadership.”
Mel West, retired State Farm Insurance Manager and 2nd career United Methodist Pastor

Read a free sample of the book – the “Introduction” through Chapter 2 here.

Author: Bill Pence

I’m Bill Pence ~ married to my best friend for more than 40 years and a St. Louis Cardinals fan. Before retiring I served as a manager at a Fortune 50 company; I'm a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary and in leadership at my local church. I enjoy speaking about calling, vocation and work. I am a life-long learner and have a passion to help people develop to their fullest potential and to utilize their strengths more fully. I am an INTJ on Myers-Briggs, 3 on the Enneagram, my top five Strengthsfinders themes are: Belief, Responsibility, Learner, Harmony and Achiever, and my two StandOut strengths roles are Creator and Equalizer. My favorite book is the Bible, with Romans my favorite book and 2 Corinthians 5:21 my favorite verse. Some of my other favorite books are Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper, The Holiness of God by R.C. Sproul, The Prodigal Son (originally titled A Tale of Two Sons) by John MacArthur and Crazy Love by Francis Chan. I enjoy Christian hip-hop/rap music, with Lecrae, Trip Lee and Andy Mineo being some of favorite artists.

2 thoughts on “My Book is on Sale for $.99 August 6-13!

  1. Looks good, well done!

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