Andrew’s parents were both successful, and they were atheists. They taught Andrew that nothing was more important than success. Andrew Sobel was driven to success and became, a very successful businessman, climbing to the top of a global investment firm. Then he wrote a book, Clients for Life, that was also a success, selling all over the world. But Andrew’s son struggled. He partied and carried on with women. Then things changed. He stopped and changed in a matter of weeks. He had become a Christian. Andrew was so taken by the change, that Andrew began to read the Bible for the first time in his life, and he became captivated by the person of Jesus. he began to see that success wasn’t ultimately as important as he thought. He became a Christian too, and his life was changed. This is his story:

James Tour has been very successful. He started 7 or 8 companies. He was voted one of the top 50 most influential minds in the world. He was a visiting scholar at Harvard University. Has has spoken at every major university in the country. He has over 650 research publications. He was voted the R & D Magazine Scientist of the Year. He is a member of the National Academy of Inventors and the American Academy for the Advancement of Science. Has over 120 patents. But his story is not about his success. That isn’t the most important thing to him.


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