If I Die Before I Live – Interview with Ken Jones

Ken Jones is a writer whose articles on parenting, family, and personal life have appeared in dozens of Christian magazines and periodicals. He is a contributing author for a best-selling book series for teens published by Thomas Nelson, and is the author of three other books. Ken talks to Michael Cheuk about his 2018 book, If I Should Die Before I Live, that helps readers see life through the lens of the seven unique days everyone needs to successfully navigate: Someday, Any Day (now), Every Day, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, and A Day of Rest.

Ken Jones is a certified Physician Life Development Coach and an ordained pastor. He holds coaching credentials with the International Coach Federation as a professional certified coach (PCC). A former Writer-in-Residence at Bethany University, his articles on parenting, family, and personal life have appeared in dozens of Christian magazines and periodicals. He is also an accomplished musician, and his musical compositions have been published and performed by numerous artists. He’s the author of If I Should Die Before I Live: Sorting Out What Matters Most. He writes a weekly blog, “Classic State of Mind,” and can be reached at: www.kenjones.direct/.

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