Nashville, TN (April 30, 2019)
In the new book, What’s Next: Your Dream Job, God’s Call, and a Life That Sets You Free, author Daniel Ryan Day sets out to help Christians that are looking for God’s will for their life. The book is available now wherever books are sold.

Stuck in a dead-end job and not sure what to do next? Confused by the options—or lack of options—for a career path? Desperately trying to hear God’s voice and frustrated by His silence?

Daniel Ryan Day can relate. From struggling to find direction for college, to doors slamming shut on his dream job, to getting fired from a job he was finding success in—all Day wanted was to answer God’s call on his life. If only he could figure out what that was.

He found the answers in Scripture—where they had been all along—and finally God’s will made sense. Day had expected that the “dream job” and “God’s call” were the same thing. What he discovered set him free from frustration so he could confidently step forward in God’s will. It allowed him to thrive. And it will do the same for you.

What’s Next includes discussion questions to help you process what you’ve learned through Scripture and guide you toward your next steps.

About the Author:
Daniel Ryan Day is an author, speaker, blogger, co-host of the nationally syndicated radio program, Discover the Word, and fellow believer who spent quite a few years trying to figure out God’s call on his life. His search for answers—accompanied by earning a master’s in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary—led him to discover that God reveals every Christian’s broader calling within the pages of Scripture.

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