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Breaking Camp by Stephen W. Shives

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  • How a Backyard Project Became a Nationwide Family Business with a Mission
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When Stephen Shives had the idea to build a small camping trailer out of scrap materials in his backyard and sell it, he had no idea five years later it would have turned into a family business with more than a two thousand sales; and customers in every continental state and Canada.

So what is his secret for success? After almost 35 years of being self employed in numerous ventures and barely making ends meet, he would tell you, "Never give up!". But, first you have to get started. Whether in life, marriage or business, we can easily be paralyzed by uncertainty and a multitude of challenges.

Using the Bible as a reference, Stephen points out that God has made many promises that are there for the taking. Yet, not unlike the Israelites, who wandered in the desert 40 years after escaping Egyptian slavery, we often fail to step into our "promised land"; pitching a tent and settling into a life of mediocrity. The question?

In Stock

Breaking Camp by Stephen W. Shives

$9.95
USD

Product Highlight

  • How a Backyard Project Became a Nationwide Family Business with a Mission
  • Signed by Author on Request

Description

When Stephen Shives had the idea to build a small camping trailer out of scrap materials in his backyard and sell it, he had no idea five years later it would have turned into a family business with more than a two thousand sales; and customers in every continental state and Canada.

So what is his secret for success? After almost 35 years of being self employed in numerous ventures and barely making ends meet, he would tell you, "Never give up!". But, first you have to get started. Whether in life, marriage or business, we can easily be paralyzed by uncertainty and a multitude of challenges.

Using the Bible as a reference, Stephen points out that God has made many promises that are there for the taking. Yet, not unlike the Israelites, who wandered in the desert 40 years after escaping Egyptian slavery, we often fail to step into our "promised land"; pitching a tent and settling into a life of mediocrity. The question?