Resources from Bill


Are You Living a Story Worth Telling?

What if you could stop pretending and live an authentic life?

What if you could live a life of such lasting significance that your story would be celebrated in places and times you can’t even imagine?

What if you had the courage to “step out without knowing how it all turns out?”

Your life is a story. And your faith will write it.

But will it be worth telling?

A Story Worth Telling packs in true-life stories to inspire your journey and practical tips to equip you to thrive out on the trail as you pursue a life of adventurous faith in God, the kind that gets out of the boat and leaves a lasting legacy.

bradlomenickPeople who live a story worth telling start with authentic faith. Want your life to resonate? Want to become a catalyst for lasting change? Wish you had the courage to pursue your true calling and God-given dreams? Read this book!

~ Brad Lomenick, Author The Catalyst Leader and H3 Leadership, Former president of Catalyst

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What God Wants You to Do Next eBookWhat God Wants You to Do Next: 7 Questions to Discover God’s Best for Your Life offers proven, practical tips for figuring out God’s will for your life.

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Learn 5 pitfalls to avoid when seeking life direction.

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Be inspired to end the paralysis of second-guessing and boldly step out by faith to live a story worth telling.

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Singing in ChurchWhy I’ve Stopped Singing in Your Church

Finally! Someone speaks up to offer answers to the questions you’ve been afraid to ask about church issues.

For all those in the Christian church who feel their voices are not being heard, Why I’ve Stopped Singing in Your Church is entertaining therapy for the frustrated soul.

Why I’ve Stopped Singing in Your Church is an attempt to speak the truth. Unfortunately, truth is not always welcome in the Christian church today. Yet without it, the church has little reason for existing.

This book is a collection of truth-telling essays, comedic rants, and open letters offered with a twist of humor and sarcasm in the hope of focusing attention on real church issues that are often ignored. Some readers will laugh, others will cry with empathy, while others will try to burn it – perhaps not the wisest thing to do with an e-book, but so long as they don’t use any four-letter words, I suppose it’s all good.

Available now for Kindle (and Kindle reading apps) for only $2.99.

Click here to purchase Why I’ve Stopped Singing in Your Church!

Some Collaborative Book Projects

In, But Not Of: Leader’s Guide for Group Study

It all started in Disney World — more or less. That’s where I first read Hugh Hewitt’s original book of wisdom In, But Not Of Revised & Updated: A Guide to Christian Ambition and the Desire to Influence the World. Years later, after following some of that wisdom and getting to know Hugh as a friend, it was my privilege to participate in the release of the revised and expanded edition of the book.

Along with Hugh’s simple and helpful advice, the study guide in the back now focuses on key selections and questions to help the reader, whether in group or individual sessions, internalize these valuable principles and make a difference in the world. Divided into Think About It, Find Out More, and Take Action, the guide concludes with a Summary of Your Decisions to serve as a quick reference for years to come.

In addition to the Study Guide that is now part of the book, I created a separate In, But Not Of: Leader’s Guide for small group, church, or classroom study.

Group leaders can download it for free.

That’s right. No charge.

Just promise to use it to equip more people to live out real life with real faith.

Download the Leader’s Guide PDF with a click below:

In, But Not Of: Leader’s Guide


And stay tuned to for more resources currently in production…