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    What does it mean to overcome adversities and to live boldly? This inspiring story takes you on a journey from Sunil Robert's childhood of battling poverty to support a family of six, to his becoming a global, award-winning communicator. Rich and intensely felt, the experiences are also the raw material based on which Sunil Robert identifies the qualities vital for life's journey. Candid and endearingly personal, Robert bares his conflicts, struggles, triumphs and yearnings, making a compelling case for faith, hope, and diligence. I Will Survive invites you to pay closer attention to your life, to give yourself what you truly need and to know that you, too, can choose in that moment, to live fearlessly by your own rules.
    Sunil Robert has written his own story which could inspire thousands of young people to dream big, tap their inner potential and accomplish great things.  Sunil Robert who had to face adverse circumstances, overcomes those circumstances and emerges victorious.  As he journeys in life, he learns lessons from ‘school of life’ and move forward. . . . Sunil Robert was always clear that he wanted to become a postgraduate. Sunil Robert provides tips for making dreams come true. 1. When Life Is Hard (Even If It Is Not) Reject The Status Quo And Aim Higher. 2. Dream Your Dream, Chalk Out A Plan Of Action, And Just Get Going.  3.  Live As If Your Dreams Are Coming True And They Almost Always Will.  Follow Your Passion And Believe In Your Dreams.  4.  Build Your Contacts And Turn Them As Your Friends.

    Honor God and People

    Many pastors and leaders are frustrated because they do not sense the power and presence of God in their churches. Also, many people in the church are frustrated because they do not feel appreciated and released into their kingdom destiny. We think this will come automatically with prayer, fasting, healings, and great preaching. But, if pastors would help create a culture of honor in their churches and if members would learn how to respect and honor spiritual authority there would be an incredible release of the glory of God in our midst!

    Getting To New Places

    No leader is immune to the shifting circumstances and events that can challenge or stymie their professional or organizational progress. Advance warning of these oncoming storms, together with adequate preparation, can mean the difference between disaster and success. . .  . . . But the first step in getting there was disengaging. You cannot remain static if you want to be moving. You have to become part of something that is moving and associate with people who are moving. If your church, company or organization is going somewhere, you'll find that people will want to be connected with you so that they can go somewhere too.
    Who would have thought, when in 1973, student Samuel Chand was serving Beulah Heights Bible College (BHBC) as janitor, cook and dishwasher, that he would return in 1989 as President of the same college! Under his leadership BHBC became the country's largest predominantly African-American Bible college. Dr. Chand is a former Pastor, college President, Chancellor and now serves as President Emeritus of Beulah Heights University. In this season of his life, Dr. Chand does one thing - Leadership. His singular vision for his life is to Help Others Succeed.
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