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Seed to Vision is a must-read for anyone with a God-sized idea who is unsure what to do next. Peppered with personal stories, former metro-Atlanta police special unit gang officer turned boys’ home and school founder Steve Finn shares the eight key tools God uses to turn a seed of an idea into a vision and ultimately to a reality. Be inspired to see that with God nothing is impossible—the idea He gave you can become reality.

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Product Information

Retail: $14.99
Digital: $9.99
EAN: 9781625915214
Item #: N174119
Category: Christian Life
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Size: 6 X 9 Inches
Page Count: 192
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: June 2017

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About the Authors

Recognized as one of the Top 3 leaders in the country by the 2016 John C. Maxwell Leadership Award committee, Steve Finn witnessed firsthand how God makes the impossible possible. After 12 years as a gangs special unit metro-Atlanta police officer, he and his wife felt led to full-time ministry. Following a short tenure as house parents for Eagle Ranch Children’s Home outside of Atlanta, Steve took an even greater leap. Today, he is the founder and executive director for Chestnut Mountain Ranch, a 225-acre Christ-centered home and school for boys in one of the poorest areas of the country. Cautioned that building a ministry of such magnitude in that area would be almost impossible, Steve chose to trust that God would bring the seed He had planted to harvest. Together, he and his wife, Dawn, call Chestnut Mountain Ranch home with a family too big to name.

Trey Dunham is a leader, writer, and speaker with a proven ability to attract and motivate audiences. As a teaching pastor of one of West Virginia’s largest churches, his creativity and passion for ministry goes beyond church walls. He has opened a popular fair-trade coffee house, organized hundreds of students into volunteer projects, told the story of SustainU, a maker and marketer of recycled, natural-fiber clothing manufactured exclusively at US plants, and founded the National Collegiate Clothing Drive, which generated hundreds of thousands of pounds of clothing for poor and needy families. He holds a doctoral degree in technology education and has traveled the world, including heading a mission in the jungles of New Guinea and overseeing a hospital construction crew in Nepal. In addition, he has led hundreds of campus Bible study groups. Dunham has enjoyed a close friendship with Steve Finn for nearly a decade and currently serves on the Chestnut Mountain Ranch board of directors. Trey lives in Morgantown, West Virginia, with his daughter Grace.

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