Contact: Bette Dowdell
bette@ConfidentFaith.com
Confident Faith Institute LLC
http://www.ConfidentFaith.com

Resolve to Start Smart and Keep on Going


Glendale AZ – Here comes the new year, roaring at us like a freight train. It’s time to figure out how to make the coming year better than the one we’re relieved to put behind us. Perhaps this is the year to drop “old reliable”–the resolution to lose ten pounds–and get serious.

One serious thing to consider is what to do about God. Maybe you’re a Christian, but still live with fear. Perhaps you have no connection to a church and think God’s out to get you. Whatever the case, now’s the time to realize you could be missing out on something great, and take a good look at God.

To help the process along, Confident Faith Institute today released a digital (PDF) version of How to be a Christian Without Being Annoying by Bette Dowdell. Read about the book and download it at http://www.ConfidentFaith.com for just $9.97.

Using the Bible as its source, How to be a Christian Without Being Annoying describes what Christians believe and why. It offers short, stand-alone articles that give readers quick access to Christian concepts. Humor and breezy writing make the concepts easy to understand and the book enjoyable to read.

One quite exceptional aspect of the book is its attitude. Dowdell plays well with others, so there’s no pushing and shoving to muscle you into agreeing with her. She’s fully persuaded that feet-first Christianity is the way to go, but she’s content to let you make your own decisions.

During her IBM days, Dowdell learned if you have a good product that fits the customer, the product pretty much sells itself. She took that approach with the book, too.

You owe it to yourself to check God out. Why wonder when you can know?

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Media kit, including book covers and author picture, at http://www.ConfidentFaith.com/media-resources/

In addition to writing and speaking about God, Bette Dowdell has been an IBM Systems Engineer, a small business consultant, the owner of a software company and a licensed mutual fund representative.

“Bette” has two syllables.
“Dowdell” gets equal emphasis on both syllables and rhymes with cowbell.