Two Paths: Discover the Way that Leads to Life
Young adults are leaving the Church in droves. But there is hope in Jesus! Here is an insightful and enjoyable discipleship book to help people follow Jesus purposefully and wholeheartedly.
Two Paths provides a biblical map to find the best trail, stay on it, and experience a fantastic journey with Jesus. Inspiring, true-life stories and solid biblical teaching will encourage readers to make choices that bring true joy and success, regardless of circumstances.
"With humour, authenticity, and clarity, Craig Douglas pulls from personal stories and Bible narrative to hammer home a clear invitation for a confused generation with no direction..."
--Jonathan Headley, Lead Pastor, Jubilee Church
"Two Paths is a straightforward, easy to follow road map for anyone needing clarity on how to live life well . . . Craig’s vulnerability in his personal stories makes the book enjoyable and solidifies his message."
--Maureen Floris, Youth Worker, Youth Unlimited
“If you are looking for a very readable book that combines personal experiences, story, and solid biblical content focussed on choosing a path that honors Jesus, then I would encourage you to read this book."
--Dr. David Horita, Regional Director, Fellowship Pacific
"Two Paths is a clearly written, practical, and enjoyable guide to help teens and young adults understand what a life submitted to Christ looks like."
--Rachael Jones, Youth Worker & Law Student
"Two Paths lays out a discipleship journey that affirms biblical truth with engaging narrative storytelling and practical ideas especially relevant to young (and not-so-young) people today."
--David Edgerton, Rector & Lead Pastor, St George Maple Ridge
"This practical guidebook links Biblical truths with clear invitations that challenge readers to ponder life choices wisely."
--M. Drury, M.N., Educator, Academic Editor
"Two Paths presents truth in a practical, authentic, and engaging way, highlighted by personal examples lived out through adventure and disarming honesty. I wish I’d had this book to read when I was a young man.”
—Del Riemer, Pastor, Teacher, Outdoorsman