According to James N. Watkins, "A river is able to cut through a rock not because it is powerful, but because of its persistency." Persistent use of the brain is a great asset for both human and societal development. The book unearths what the best brain can do, especially when it is subjected to the authority of God's Word, and is inspired and led by the Holy Spirit. As you read the book, you will find hidden revelation of the controlling power of the mind. In view of this, the author asks the question: What is the wealthiest place in the world in relation to the mind? The author lifts high the "banner" of the best brain, saying, "Abundant natural resources do not necessarily develop a nation; best brains do. The controlling power of the mind is unimaginable and impacts our everyday lives. The time to renew your mind unto victory is NOW.
|Publisher:||Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Gabriel Amoateng-Boahen is a Professional Staff Chaplain (Retired) University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, Illinois USA and also the Chaplain for the Brong Ahafo Association of Chicago and the keynote speaker at the Council of Brong Ahafo Associations of North America (COBAANA) in 2011, and the Ombudsman for COBAANA. Gabriel has strong ecumenical inclination and is deeply involved in the activities of the Council of Ghanaian Churches in Chicago, where he is the current Vice President. Gabriel takes a lot of inspiration from Evangelist Dr. Billy Graham. He is Gabriel's \"spiritual mentor\" and has twice attended the Billy Graham Schools of Evangelism in Cincinnati, Ohio (2002), and Kansas City, Missouri (2004). Gabriel was at the Haggai Institute in Singapore in 2000 for the Advanced Leadership Training for Christian Leaders from Developing Countries. He is a member of these professional associations: National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC), Association of Professional Chaplains (APC), Spiritual Direction International (SDI) and others. Gabriel was the representative for the University of Chicago Medical Center at the Kenwood-Hyde Park Interfaith Council (2010-to May 31, 2015). On March 27, 1977, Gabriel and Mrs. Agatha Amoateng-Boahen were joined together in holy matrimony at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church at Ahafo Hwidiem. They now live peacefully and happily with their eight children: Mrs. Veronica Amoateng Antwi; Rev. Sampson Amoateng; Rev. Mark Amoateng, MD; Rev. Daniel Amoateng; Rev. Brian Amoateng; Christabel Jessica Amoateng; Davina Amoateng; and Gabriel Amoateng Badu, Jr.