Book transforms readers spiritually, physically, mentally
Donald Stevens Jr. announces release of ‘Metamorfit: Renewing Your Mind, Reshaping Your Body’
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Donald Stevens Jr. marks his publishing debut with the release of “Metamorfit: Renewing Your Mind, Reshaping Your Body” (published by WestBow Press), a 21-day devotional focused on consecrating an individual’s whole body completely to the Lord so that they can fulfill his will effectively.
“We are all created in three parts, spirit, soul and body, and this book will appeal to every part of the reader. They will be fed spiritually, physically, and mentally,” Stevens highlights.
Stevens stresses how, in today’s society, people are driven by “image” and what they look like and how people perceive them. Through “Metamorfit,” the mind will be renewed and the body reshaped by consistently applying the principles to one’s daily life. By focusing on the inward and outward image, the reader will feel more confident in who they are so that they can deal with any of life’s obstacles.
“I want readers to see the reality of life and how God can change the way they think about their own circumstances. I want the readers to take away a sense of confidence in who they are, and who they were created to be,” Stevens adds.
A snippet from the book:
As you become Metamorfit you’ll find that the winning side isn’t found by wrestling with God but rather in the strength you gain as you surrender to Him.
“Metamorfit: Renewing Your Mind, Reshaping Your Body” By Donald Stevens Jr.
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9781512780031
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9781512780024
E-Book | 136 pages | ISBN 9781512780048
About the Author
Donald Stevens Jr. is a devoted Christian, a father of two girls and a husband. He has been preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ since 2008, and has equipped churches and other ministries to influence their community and surrounding areas. In June 2017, he led over 30 missionaries from different states on an evangelistic event in New York City. Stevens earned his master’s degree in music therapy from New York University, and currently serves over 200 children and adults with disabilities in Westchester. He has already performed on Madison Square Garden, twice with his students, and Radio City Music Hall, for the Christmas Spectacular, and performed a song he wrote with a young boy who has been blind from birth. Stevens recently received the American Dreamer Award from Southern Westchester BOCES. He is also a former two-time All-American in track and field from Southern Connecticut State University, where he received his Bachelors of Arts in music.