The answer to that question begins in Genesis 1. It is there where we learn that you and I were created to join God in a Grand Building Project. One where we were instructed to work together with our fellow human beings to cultivate the abundance of Creation to build a Kingdom.
Long ago, we lost touch with that simple reality. As we slept, the enemy came into our gardens and sowed tares among the wheat. Tares of generational curses. Tares of complexity and traditions. Tares of control and competition. Tares of selfishness and greed. Tares of scarcity and fear.
These tares have now become the principles upon which the economic systems of the world are built. What's worse, God's people have grown to accept them as normal - to the great harm of the human race and the Creation they were given to steward. Now, we are told by the kings of the earth that we are on the cusp of their "Great Reset."
They are wrong.
"I Came to Give" is a journey through scripture and history that shows how this all came to be. It also reveals the once-in-a-century opportunity right before us. To partner with God to restore His principles to systems, including but not limited to economics, which will build His Kingdom on a scale we can hardly imagine. In short, to reject the narrative of "The Great Reset" and embrace God's "Great Restoration."
The story that is outlined in this book is one that you cannot write yourself out of.
However, you can write your part in it as it unfolds. The choice is yours.
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About the Author
Doug Tjaden was born and raised in rural southwest Nebraska. While his roots are grounded in farming, he has been blessed to have led an incredibly diverse life. He is a private pilot and has earned a black belt in martial arts. He owned a small tech company before serving ten years as a pastor of a small fellowship. He's also served on the board of directors of a small business and a small non-profit.
The operative word here is "small."
History is clear. During times of uncertainty, decision making moves away from centralized governments and organizations and to leaders in local communities. In other words, in today's world "small is the new big." Leaders and citizens in local communities are being empowered like never before. For the first time in decades, if not centuries, they have an opportunity to embrace innovative new systems that will unleash the abundant life that Jesus came to give all of mankind. As a member of the Executive Committee of The Statesmen Project and Founder of Project Thrive 21, Doug is committed to helping them succeed.