Give a New Year's Gift to God: Join a Christian Search to Locate Improved Ways to Save Souls
Contact: Donald W. Mitchell, 781-647-4211, email@example.com
WESTON, Mass., Jan. 2 /Christian Newswire/ -- Management expert and professor Donald W. Mitchell announces a contest where entrants can give a New Year's gift to God by searching for and finding improved ways to spread and increase belief in the Gospel.
Contest entrants will receive electronic copies of The 2,000 Percent Solution and The 2,000 Percent Solution Workbook from Mr. Mitchell to assist them in developing improved soul saving.
The winner of the contest will coauthor a book with Mr. Mitchell that featuring the most effective method developed by an entrant. 101 runners-up will have their solutions outlined in another book, 101 Great Ways to Save More Souls, edited by Mr. Mitchell.
All royalties and profits from the books will be donated to a Christian charitable foundation. Contest entries are due by Easter 2007 (April 8, 2007).
Information developed through the contest will be broadly shared to help all those who are involved in saving souls
Mitchell said that he felt called to sponsor this contest after much prayer about how he could serve God better. The answer he received was to focus on helping others save more souls. His experience in working as a management professor for Christian missionaries and pastors persuaded him that opportunities for greater effectiveness are available in spreading and inspiring belief in the Christian Gospel through avoiding wasteful duplication of support efforts, slightly shifting the focus of soul-saving efforts, and combining the most effective soul-saving methods in new ways.
The contest is described and entry details are included here
For more details about Mitchell's past efforts on behalf of Christian organizations, click here.
Mitchell is coauthor of The 2,000 Percent Solution (AMACOM, 1999) and The 2,000 Percent Solution Workbook (iUniverse, 2005). He is the number one nonfiction book reviewer on Amazon.com and serves as chairman of Mitchell and Company, a management consulting firm helping organizations improve their effectiveness. He also serves as a professor at Rushmore University.