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Enlightening New Book Explores Epidemic of 'Spiritual Thirst'

Written by successful author, internationally known management consultant and ordained minister, Todd L. Shuler, ‘The Well-Watered Life’ is a moving rumination on the dangers of a ‘mundane life’ and a careful examination of the physical and spiritual relationships between human beings and life’s simplest element: water.

 
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Atlanta, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/31/2014 -- It is a common image from legend: a man, stumbling through a barren desert, aching with thirst and half-blinded by sun. Ahead, he sees something emerging from the sands. It is a desert, with lush trees and a pool of glimmering water.

This image resonates with human beings the world over. Why?

For Todd Shuler, author of the hotly anticipated new book, ‘The Well-Watered Life’, the answer is simple, yet deeply profound.

“We have all felt the bleakness that comes from thirst,” says Shuler. “My feeling is that the desert represents a spiritual thirst that many don’t know how to quench. They seek out other avenues – alcohol, cars or wealth – and yet they ignore the growing desert in their hearts.”

With ‘The Well-Watered Life’, Shuler brings his own experiences to the forefront, offering gentle guidance to any who might be struggling in their lives. As the author points out, many battle with mundane jobs, stagnant relationships, moving into adulthood or facing the loss of a loved one.

“The book is not just for Christians,” says Shuler. “It really is for anyone who feels that thirst – and they know who they are. It is for anyone who asks life’s elemental questions: Who am I? What am I? Where do I come from? Where is my life going? It is for anyone who wants to connect with the Holy Spirit and truly feel satisfied – and I mean beyond the physical. Of course food and entertainment can be lovely, but as human beings, we need something more.”

‘The Well-Watered Life’ is a singular work; a guidebook to spiritual life, a testament to the power of God’s love, and a light in the darkness for anyone who feels stranded in a desert of their own making.

Synopsis:
Feeling like you’ve been left for dead in a “desert” place of your life?

Take heart. God has not forgotten you.

Author Todd Shuler’s message is based on his reflections and meditations into the life of Abraham’s son, Isaac. The Well-Watered Life is about thriving in the deserts of your own life, being led out by the power of the Holy Spirit, and learning to be a source of refreshing encouragement to others.

Come—drink and be refreshed!

Since its publication, the book has earned glowing reviews.

“It’s a must-read for the person whose life’s journey has lost passion, power, and purpose. The reader will be transformed from wandering in the desert to having an intimate, fulfilled life in Christ. I highly recommend this book for those beginning their walk with Christ or those who seek to continue toward the mature, well-watered life!” — Dr. Carlos McCloud, Theologian

“Todd vividly portrays the healthy and dynamic Christian life as one of intentionality; the reader is brought to the brink of decision as to the future direction of his life as a follower of Christ.” —Stan Hutchinson, Engineer, Financial Counselor and Instructor, Author of ‘Financial Peace of Mind from the WORD’

“If you wonder why your spiritual tank is running on empty or if you are looking for a glimpse of hope and definite purpose for your life, this book was written for you. Reading it may be the first step to a more fulfilling and passionate spiritual journey.” —Luis Castro, Certified Coach, Teacher & Speaker for The John Maxwell Team

‘The Well-Watered Life’, published by City of God Publishing (a division of Crown Global Corporation) in Macon, GA, is available now from Amazon and other fine online retailers.

About Todd L. Shuler
Todd L. Shuler is an internationally known management consultant, speaker, ordained minister, and author of four books.

He brings a background of management consulting and business and IT Strategy and Implementation for both the private and public sectors, having worked for Deloitte and Ernst & Young. He also previously worked for On Assignment, Citizant, Texas Instruments, and Bank of America.

Todd graduated from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems and a minor in Japanese Language and Literature. He is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary as well as his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the J. Whitney Bunting School of Business at Georgia College and State University.
Todd is passionate about discovering the Will of God for his life as well as connecting people to God, to their purpose, and to others. He and his wife Evetta have three wonderful children.