Matthew S. Miklasz Promotes Authenticity as a Key to Living an Impactful Life
With four children of his own, Miklasz is well aware of the pressure the next generations face to conform to societal expectations, whether iterated on the television or through pervasive social media. To deal with these social pressures, Miklasz encourages people to turn to God and find their “normal.”
“Being the ‘normal’ that God created you to be is an incredible step towards realizing your full potential and positively affecting the people who surround you. Great freedom and confidence emerge when we live according to who God created us to be,” Miklasz explains.
“I want people to discover the deep conviction that God created them uniquely and that He loves them very passionately,” says Miklasz. “When we live with these two convictions, it allows us to impact lives in greater ways. The more authentic we are, the more authentic our worship is, the more authentic our relationships are, especially the deep inner relationship with God.”
With the encouragement of his eldest daughter Angela, Miklasz decided to share this message with the world by penning his first book, “A Normal Guy.”
On his book, Miklasz comments, “I hope to share what I really believe, my deepest convictions. Through my Christian walk, I have journalized many impactful moments about insights and teachings from God that informed my writing process,” comments Miklasz.
“This is such an important read today and for future generations,” adds Publisher Lisa M. Umina. “We should each be able to embrace our ‘normal’ selves, and Miklasz is equipping readers with the tools to do this.”
The book launch events will be held at the following dates and locations:
Saturday, December 1st, Holiday Bazaar Thorp High School - Thorp Wisconsin 9:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.
Saturday, December 8th, The Grounds Coffee Shop - Cokato Minnesota 9:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.
Friday, December 14th, Dassel Public Library - Dassel, Minnesota 10a.m. - 12p.m.
For more information about Matthew S. Miklasz visit www.halopublishing.com. “A Normal Guy” is now available at Halo Publishing International, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, and Books a Million in Paperback for $13.95 and as an e-Book for $6.95.
Press & Media Contact:
Lisa Michelle Umina, Publisher
Halo Publishing International
1100 NW Loop 410, Suite 700-176,
San Antonio, TX 78213 - USA
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release Matthew S. Miklasz Promotes Authenticity as a Key to Living an Impactful Life here
News-ID: 1356338 • Views: 1218
More Releases from Halo Publishing International
Author Teaches Children the Importance of Deciding Who They Will Become
Annie Whitbeck is a second grade teacher and a youth minister, and her experience working with children inspired her to write What Will You Be, Gracie-Lee. San Antonio, TX - USA | June 08, 2020 -- What do you want to be when you grow up? This is the question that we constantly ask children from the moment they start school to the moment they step onto the graduation stage. However,
Uncle's Letters Bring Him Home from War Years After His Death
A Saint's Letters from the Depths of Hell, brings to light the story of a young man who had a burning desire to serve his country but also wanted to be home with his family. San Antonio, TX - USA | May 5, 2020 -- Getting to know 19-year-old Marine Vincent Benore "Saint" Santaniello, who died in Vietnam in March 1968, took a series of events for the nephew that Vinnie
Death-defying Dog Publishes Road Trip Memoir, Accounting of the Fall 2016 Nation …
San Antonio, TX - USA, February 28, 2020 -- B.T. Frug is a 120-year-old dog and first-time author. He recounts his many life experiences (and those of his former owners) in his new book, American Dog: 117 Years of Humping Around America, Including a Marvelous Journey with Johnny O'Shea, Jr. The book is part memoir and part travelogue, according to Frug's former owner/travel companion and fellow author, Johnny O'Shea, Jr.,
A Mission and a Message to Promote Access to Education
San Antonio, TX - USA, October 23, 2019 -- In Haiti, only 40% of the population is taught how to read, which means that the majority of the population is illiterate. Access to education is a sweeping issue that affects millions of people. Corruption in the government and lack of funding are major systemic barriers which prevent widespread reform. “Oftentimes, people don’t have the money to start school at a young