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DeVon Franklin, New York Times bestselling author of The Wait and prominent Hollywood producer, reveals that secular and spiritual success are not opposites. To have one, you need the other.
Are you tired of living a life paralyzed by fear? Are you anxious to break free of the “beware mentality” that has kept generations of well-meaning people living beneath the fullness of their calling?
You’re unfulfilled because you’ve been convinced that you would lose your faith if you pursued the secular ambitions God has put in your heart. However, until you pursue those ambitions you will miss out on the fullness of God and the success you were created to have.
For too long there’s been a line drawn between the spiritual and the secular, and we have been conditioned to believe that if we cross this line in either direction, we will have gone too far. It’s time to break down this barrier so you are free to go further than any believer has gone before.
The Success Commandments combines spiritual teachings with secular strategies to help you achieve unprecedented success and live the life you were destined to live.
We ship to Jails, Prisons, and Correctional Facilities across the U.S.A. You can order magazines, subscriptions & books for your incarcerated loved ones through our approved inmate magazine service.
Before you place your order, please check with the state prison or correctional facility to make sure that the magazine you wish to send is on the facility's approved list. You can do this by checking their website or contacting them directly.
When you are ready to place your order, make sure to provide their full name, prison identification number, and the prison facility's complete address. The prison identification number is needed to make sure it gets to them.
Welcome to our inmate book store. We ship to Jails, Prisons, and Correctional Facilities across the USA. Generally, books, periodicals or other publications must be sent directly to an inmate from a publisher, mail order distributor, or bookstore. All facilities have their own rules, so please verify that your purchase is permissible.