Facebook asks…”What’s on your mind?” We’ll, you asked…
Just the other day I was working an insane number of hours. While I was outside, I felt like I was going to be sick… you know, lose my cookies. It hit me then that I needed to make a change. I had known it for a while… my wife had been telling me this fact for a while. I had wanted to stop but I wasn’t sure how… who could I trust to do what needed to be done? I had a number of people work with me over the past year and I felt like I spent more time working for them than they did for me… so what was the point.
Then a friend referred a friend to me and as we walked around the job site, he said to me, “You have the right man for this job. I do this kind of work everyday!” He wasn’t kidding!! He did a great job. So I made a deal with him and it has taken a huge load off of me.
So now I am going to be using that time to write. I recently signed a contract with a publisher but have had no time to write because I have been working on so many other things. I have freed up 8-12 hours per week… and if I were honest it will probably end up being even more than that.
You may be asking… “what is he going to write about?” Very good question. I am going to begin with my story of transformation, called…. drum roll please, TRANSFORMED – The Transformation Project. It is the story of how God intervened in my life and changed everything… I had made a mess of it all and He has turned it around and now I believe it is a message of hope for others. Then I have a companion book/study guide that will help lead those through there own transformation by examining what the Bible says about real change. There are others… my wife and I are going to be starting a daily devotional website. I have several other manuscripts that I have started that I will look at again. The bottom-line is that I believe that God has opened this door and we are walking through it… I hope you will join us… read what God has put on our hearts and share your comments about what God is doing in your life or maybe tell us about what your greatest need. You never know how God will use that.
Cliff Robertson, Jr.