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Choma author’s new Christian book provides readers encouragement to keep moving forward

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Im Possible by Nathan Chikoya

This week marks the nationwide release of “I’m Possible,” an encouraging new book by author Nathan Chikoya.

In “I’m Possible,” author Chikoya points out that we all have hopes and dreams that we want and need to become a reality someday. But between now and that time, there are situations we will encounter that may seem to make achieving these dreams impossible. Our response to these challenges will determine whether our dreams will become a reality or they will just stay as dreams.

Using the Word of God as a standard, author Chikoya has put together 12 chapters to help steer readers into achieving the impossible. “I’m Possible” is not the way, but it’s a signpost pointing to Jesus Christ who is the only way to the source — God the Father.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Chikoya is a serving deacon in the Bread of Life Church International, Choma district branch. He has been involved in the youth and praise and worship ministry since 2001. He has also recorded two gospel albums: “Limbikira” in 2011 and “Sisabelo” in 2013. He fondly loves to describe himself as a work in progress. You can visit him and his works at www.reverbnation.com/nathanchikoya.

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