"Kenneth Hill shows us how his career at The Home Depot
led to being a co-laborer with God. A must read for every worker "
Os Hillman, Author - TGIF Today God Is First
We've all experienced those moments where it seems like we've hit a brick wall in our career trajectory. Regardless of the specifics, dissatisfaction in our working lives can take a huge toll on our lives, and with it, we can find ourselves questioning our purpose, meaning, and future.
Elevated: My Journey to Co-Labor with God by Kenneth Hill with Lanny Richardson tells the author's story of his attempt to pursue life and escape his past using the tools of education, networking, and performance. Using the poverty and rejection of his past as motivation, Kenneth attempted to become a self-made man, but the realities of life rose like the tide to destroy every foundation he built, causing him to face the question, "Am I destined to live as the working poor?" With his marriage, career, and personal finances in a heap of ruin, Kenneth came to the end of himself.
Pleading for God's intervention, Kenneth received a simple directive that changed the direction of his life, opening him up to opportunities and growth like he had never experienced before. The same can be true for you. Come along on the journey and see the transformation of relationships, business, career, and personal finances that is available to you. It's time to gain insight and experience the joy of working with God to accomplish amazing things in your life.
Kenneth is a natural leader who has always had a passion for helping people. He worked at the Home Depot to pay his way through college and received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of California, San Diego. During his thirty-year career Kenneth experienced fifteen years of trial accompanied by personal crisis. The balance of his career reflected promotion, recognition and increasing levels of influence. Kenneth is a licensed minister and an author. He passionately promotes the application of biblical principles into everyday life and business.
In 2014 Kenneth and his wife founded The Launch Pad Foundation. This nonprofit provides transitional housing and life skills training for homeless single parents. Kenneth and his wife Clarisa have two daughters and live in Atlanta, Georgia.