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Nassau author teaches Christians to rise from crisis through new novel
By Norie Libradilla
Apr 28, 2016 - 11:32:36 AM

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NASSAU, Bahamas — Author Randy Lundy pens an encouraging, new Christian novel in “What Went Wrong Was Right,” which is expected to be released nationwide this week.

In “What Went Wrong Was Right,” Lundy aims to help those who have been toppled with unfortunate crisis and guide them through life’s journey — whether it was a childhood experience or an unfortunate event they have encountered in their adult life. Crisis births the passion, vigor and zeal needed to release their potential, propelling individuals to walk with endless passion and unconditional bountiful love in their God-given purpose.

“What Went Wrong Was Right” imparts that an unfortunate crisis is what gives people that drive. Despite the enormity of some circumstances, they will be able to directly confront what may have seem to paralyze them and understand and appreciate why it happened — using it as a catalyst to do what God has called them to do. There is good in everything that goes wrong. Lundy’s latest book teaches that an unfortunate situation is not there to define or destroy individuals but to mold them into what God has intended them to become.  
                     
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Lundy was born in Nassau, Bahamas, where he currently resides. Upon graduating from high school, he found himself searching and seeking — trying to find his place in this world — leading him to go church hopping for several years from one denomination to another. Lundy soon settled in a church called Bahamas Faith Ministries, which was pastored by Dr. Myles Munroe and Pastor Richard Pinder, Lundy’s spiritual advisors and mentors. The author soon found himself very active in various ministries, particularly the Out Reach Ministry, a ministry geared toward visiting the home for the elderly, the prison, schools and the hospital as well as community walkabout in crime-ridden areas.

Lundy, who is a member of Toastmaster, club 1095, is very active in the community and is a contributor to a Christian magazine called Thy Kingdom Carriers Magazine, where he writes articles to encourage others. He also owns a small landscaping business.

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