My Story of Hope Features on The Scenic Route

“We are only vessels. God is the AWESOME ONE in the story of our lives”
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This week, I have the awesome privilege of guest posting for a couple of amazing people who share my passion for leading on purpose.

First stop is with Eileen Knowles on The Scenic Route where I share: My Story of Hope.

My Story

I am no superhero. Actually, I’m just a regular guy but with a huge God. He makes all the difference, I’m just a vessel in His awesome hands. I pray as you read about my journey so far, you will see God and the way He is able to transform a hopeless life into a hope-giving one.

A Bit About My Host

Eileen is a small town Arizona girl who studied English at The University of Arizona a long, long time ago. She now lives in small town North Carolina with her husband, Roger, their eight-year old son, and one quirky dog named Bisbee.

She works part-time loving on animals at the local animal hospital, thoroughly enjoys drinking coffee, running, playing Scrabble, leading Women’s Bible Study at her church, and writing about how cool it is to journey through life with Jesus holding her hand.

She is passionate about leaving a legacy for her son and encouraging others along the way who might need a dose of hope poured into their weary lives.

I am grateful to Eileen for the opportunity to guest post for her and share my story. I genuinely hope you are inspired, encouraged and fired up to achieve your dreams. If you missed the link above, here’s my story again.

Find out more about The Scenic Route at www.eileenknowles.com | Twitter | Facebook

About Joseph Iregbu

I'm a writer, purpose guy, speaker and business consultant. My passion is to help people live with purpose and not waste their lives. I live in the UK with my wife, Temi and our gorgeous Isabel Juda. Let's connect on Twitter and Facebook.

  • Joseph, thank you again for sharing your hope on The Scenic Route. I am honored. I see you put this in bold print…”thoroughly enjoys drinking coffee” Well done, sir!

    • Haha, I needed to make that very clear. Thanks for having me on your blog. Your own story is amazing!!! I hope to share that soon with my audience some day 🙂

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