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Mike Kai, The Pound for Pound Principle and Douglas Kozub, Transparent Gratitude

Doug’s book chronicles the ups and downs of their pastorate.  It has not been easy, and Doug writes about the efforts he has made to overcome their disappointments.  He has been to the church growth conferences, studied church growth on the internet, in books written by mega church pastors, and so on.

His book reveals the other side of a call to ministry than the one Mike Kai has experienced.  My assessment is that they are both successful in their calling, and that there is much to be learned by reading their thoughts as they enter their middle years in ministry.

I know that both of these men are successful in their calling.  I base that statement on what their wives say about each of them.  Hawaii is one part of our country that is experiencing growth in the evangelical camp.  That growth is the result of the efforts of Mike and Doug and their wives.

Two books that are worth reading and applying what they reveal to your ministry efforts.

Reviewed by H. Murray Hohns


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About the Author: H. Murray Hohns went home to be with Jesus on November 28, 2012. He was on staff at the largest church in Hawaii and served on his denomination's investment committee from 1999 until his death. Hohns held two degrees in Civil Engineering, an MA in Theology from Fuller Seminary, and served as an instructor at Foursquare's New Hope Christian College (formerly Pacific Rim Christian College) in Honolulu. He wrote six engineering books and hundreds of articles in every type of newspaper, magazine and journal.

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