We all want a rich life. Not riches-but richness. Who really starts their adult life thinking, I just want to make eugh money to pay the bills and retire in forty years so I can finally do the important stuff. But today, that may be exactly where we've ended up. What a gloomy progsis for such a promising life. None of us start that way, and we shouldn't accept this as a reasonable view of reality. Especially as Christians, we should expect more. Much more. Jesus said, 'I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full' (John 10:10). In What Does God Want Me to Do? author Clem Boyd shares his experience and the experiences of others who've reached for that something more in their relationship with God. They've done so by wrestling with the n-God sources of strength and stability in their lives: careers, the opinions of family members, comfort, and predictability. This motivational Christian living book answers the questions of those in transition and awakens those stuck in a rut. What Does God Want Me to Do? proposes a viewpoint upgrade from 'working hard for God whatever I do' to 'doing whatever it takes to work hard for God.' Making this perspective real may mean altering our current lifestyles so we're even more available to answer the Lord's call. That's what Clem discovered. More and more believers are coming to the same decision. Maybe even you.