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Just a Bartender
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A captivating story of endurance and victory against overwhelming obstacles. The discovery of a man's identity against the backdrop of slavery, negative forces, and a world in turmoil. Stories that every man will identify with--to discover a new source of strength for himself. Here is a book that will release a new level of confidence in men, that will stir the hearts of those who desire to live full out. Here is your new narrative! Just a Bartender answers the age-old questions: Am I living life at my full capacity? What is the larger purpose of my life? How do I break out and go after my dreams? How do I build a life that counts? A man's definition becomes the center of his decisions. What a man does with his hands starts in his heart. Here's how to achieve your deepest desires. Here's how to make your story the one you've always wanted. "A clear picture of what God expects of men." Steve Kelly, Wave Church, VA "To become a champion, secure in your identity, read this." Dale C. Bronner, Atlanta, GA
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"In his latest book, Cole, the president of Men's Christian Network, uses the complicated and implausible success of Nehemiah as the primary motif . . . The book is organized in short, punchy, self-contained chapters with each chapter having a one-word title, such as Tenacity or Opportunity, that make it easy to markup and use as a quick reference for later. Cole uses personal anecdotes and Scripture in each chapter to develop a spiritual challenge and a guide for men to confront challenges and overcome them." --Vince Lovato, Christian Market Magazine "For years, I sat in church with hundreds of other men listening as Ed Cole taught us that identifying with Christ is the basic principle of Christianity. I'm so pleased today that Ed's son, my friend Paul, is carrying on his ministry. In his new book, Just a Bartender, Paul takes this concept of identity and puts a new twist on it using the life of Nehemiah, the cupbearer to the king. Paul explains how when this former slave gets a new identity he changes the world! My prayer is this book will help you find your true identity, so you too can change your world." --Robert Morris Founding Senior Pastor, Gateway Church, Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Best-selling author of The Blessed Life, The God I Never Knew, Truly Free, and Frequency "My wife, Christine, and I are passionate about rescuing trafficked girls. At the end of the day, the problem of trafficking really rests with men. I appreciate Paul Cole's tireless efforts to reach men around the globe with the gospel, and to help men change into men of purpose and grace. Paul's new book, Just a Bartender, is exactly what men need to start living up to the identity God has for each of us, and to stop victimizing women and children. I encourage you to get a copy and read it today." --Nick Caine Cofounder, A21 Network "Years ago I read in Proverbs 18:9, 'Use every endeavor to heal yourself.' Doing exactly that, I won a battle over a life-threatening disease. Often to fulfill our earthly destiny, we have to fight. That's why I appreciate my friend Paul Cole's book about a man's identity. If a man is sick on the inside, he needs to use every endeavor to heal himself. He has to fight. Digesting this book can make you a better husband, a better father, a better man." --Casey Treat Founding Pastor, Christian Faith Center, Seattle, WA "When I see a book by Paul Cole, I think with appreciation of the hundreds of thousands, and probably millions, of men who have been reached and changed through the ministry of the Christian Men's Network. Just a Bartender is about the 'cupbearer to the king, ' Nehemiah, and is full of the kind of wisdom you would expect from this ministry, leading men into becoming men of excellence, men with strong spirits, and men with defined purpose. I recommend it." --Doug Beacham General Superintendent, International Pentecostal Holiness Church "Men don't need another lecture. Men need leadership. In Just a Bartender, Paul Cole's leadership shines through. From the biblical character Nehemiah, to a man sitting on an airplane last week, Paul underscores his points using story after story of how ordinary men grew beyond everyday existence to live extraordinary lives that touched the world around them. You'll be enlightened and encouraged through this book." --Harry Jackson Senior pastor, Hope Christian Church Washington, DC "All men are imperfect, but that doesn't mean our identity is tarnished. We are who God says we are from the minute we encounter and accept Christ. That's what happened to Nehemiah, who Paul Cole writes about so brilliantly in his book, Just a Bartender. Once a man recognizes his identity, he can start living like the new person God created him to be. Why not start today? Just open the book and read...." --Leon Fontaine Senior pastor, Springs Church CEO, Miracle Channel "As much as we don't like to admit it, guys struggle. Paul Cole understands all the issues when it comes to true manhood. He speaks to our issues. He writes about our issues. When Paul speaks, listen. When Paul writes, read. Will you allow me to be candid? What Paul teaches will help you and me to grow up...to be the men that God always envisioned, that we always dreamed of, that our wives always wanted, and our children truly need. Paul wrote it. Get the book. Read it." --Jim Garlow Senior pastor, Skyline Church New York Times bestselling author "If your desire is to have Christ-loving, family-first, strong men of faith in your church, then I recommend you to Paul Cole. Men are transformed by the strong word Paul delivers. Paul has a huge heart to build strong local churches by building strong men!" --Dino Rizzo Executive director, Association of Related Churches Associate pastor, Church of the Highlands Birmingham, AL "Paul Cole provides men help to discover true identity, and end some of the confusion in today's culture. Paul carries on a legacy to speak truth to men, and does so with great strength and perseverance in the face of an increasingly feminized world." --Phil Pringle Founder, Christian City Churches Sydney, Australia "Nehemiah was a slave, the cupbearer to the king. As Paul Cole puts it, he was the bartender. After hearing about the ruins of Jerusalem, Nehemiah had more than a change in direction, he had a change in connection. The ancient Hebrew word shubh in Nehemiah's great prayer implies taking God from being a great idea to being a great friend, and surrendering to that friend's request. Nehemiah's life illustrates that when men try to live the Christian life without Christ, they are doomed to fail. Christ is the core of our identity, our life, our breath. In Just a Bartender, Paul speaks directly to the core of our identity as men, and gives the intended result: that unexpected people change the world." --Leonard Sweet Bestselling author and professor Founder and chief contributor to preachthestory.com Orcas Island, WA

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