Cleveland — God’s perfect plans must not be confused with a perfect life. That is what author J.E. Mack tries to convey in the nationwide release of his new book, "Twists of Faith."
People think they know God all too well. They should think again. God wants everyone to try to do the best they can in everything they do. Getting the best materials, trimming excess, assembling them in the most effective manner and discarding unimportant parts. As the Creator of the Universe, He has a purpose for everything. He uses the best materials for each job. He crafts them for a perfect fit. There are no spare parts in the things He creates.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Mack has flowed seamlessly from nuclear engineer to program manager, from printer to missionary, sales engineer to inventor, and now budding author. He has employed his talents in both church and street ministry, and holds an associate degree in Practical Ministry from the first graduating class of the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. He and his wife Cathy are enjoying over 40 years of marriage. Having lived in Tennessee, Florida and China, they now reside in their hometown of Cleveland.