Successful Investment Manager Shares Story of Learning To Hear God With Popular Christian TV Series Audience
Nashville, Tenn. (Nov. 8, 2011) - Successful investment manager and author Jeff Petherick is set to appear as a guest on an upcoming segment of The Harvest Show, to discuss his book, Wavelength: Tuning In To God's Voice In A World of Static. The show will air live at 9 a.m. E.T. November 10 from the South Bend, Ind., studios, with repeat airings at 9 p.m. E.T. November 10, and 2 a.m. E.T. November 11.
Petherick, who released Wavelength September 20 through Elk Lake Publishing and New Day Christian Distributors, will discuss his experience as a nonreligious businessman who learns to tune in God's voice... then dares to obey it. Petherick's unorthodox adventures in following Jesus not only challenge the traditional thinking, but also reveal how each individual can have his own two-way conversation with God.
In his writing debut, Petherick shares with readers his stressful world as a rising star mutual fund manager in the 1990s, often finding himself in the role of "expert" for such weighty financial news organizations as The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, CNBC, Forbes and Kiplinger's Personal Finance. He went on to become founding partner in NorthPointe Capital, an institutional investment management firm with $1.5 billion in assets under management.
Petherick soon realized the twin imposters of money and success couldn't fill the void in his life, and his quest for meaning led him to an encounter with the truth of who Jesus Christ really is. He became a committed follower of Christ and never looked back. Instead of simply paying lip service to an ideology, Petherick put feet to his faith by founding Impact India 360, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting outreach efforts in eastern India. Impact India 360 has built and funded an orphanage, a school for village children, a hospital and a missionary training school that has trained more than 500 pastors. The organization also offers college scholarships to village children and is involved in church-planting efforts throughout the region. Among his other adventures in his walk with the Lord, Petherick has also led multiple mission trips for high school and college students to the indigenous people of Iquitos, Peru, in the Amazon Rainforest.
In Wavelength, Petherick asks the pointed question: "Did God stop speaking, or did we stop listening?" Petherick writes, "Hearing the voice of God is like listening to the radio. If you're not dialed in to exactly the right frequency, you'll get nothing but static."
"Definitely not for spiritual couch potatoes," says Steve Andrews, Lead Pastor of Kensington Community Church of Wavelength. "By sharing his own amazing journey, Jeff shows how anybody can learn to engage in life-changing dialogue with God. Get this book and get ready to move from the mundane to the miraculous."
Wavelength, published by Elk Lake Publishing and distributed by New Day Christian Distributors, is available through Family Christian Stores. For more information on Petherick, Wavelength or Elk Lake Publishing, visit elklakepublishing.com.
Pictured: Jeff Petherick.
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