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Former Fortune 100 Corporate Executive And Local Author Fred Sievert To Sign Book "God Revealed" At The Next Chapter Bookstore & Bistro

Book Examines Role Of Faith In Balancing Family And Careers

NORTHVILLE, Mich., March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fred Sievert, a former Fortune 100 president and a resident of Northville, MI will sign copies his new book "God Revealed: Revisit Your Past to Enrich Your Future" at The Next Chapter Bookstore & Bistro on Saturday, March 8 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm

"God Revealed" guides readers to exercise their faith to balance home life with their career aspirations and details the surprising ways faith can counter workplace stress, enhance careers and enrich family life.  The book was most recently featured on Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends for a segment called "Can You Find God at Work?"  (http://video.foxnews.com/v/3210497698001/can-you-find-god-at-work/#sp=show-clips).

The Next Chapter Bookstore & Bistro is located at 141 E Main St, Northville, MI 48167.  For more information about the event, please contact the bookstore at (248) 465-0010. 

Sievert is a former president of New York Life Insurance Company and a widely recognized corporate leader.  In 2007, Sievert retired early to pursue his spiritual education and development.  He enrolled in divinity school and earned a master's degree in religion in May 2011.  

Sievert's stories of encounters with God have been published in numerous printed and electronic periodicals, attracting a large audience of believers, many of whom in turn have shared their own realizations triggered by the work.

Sievert is available for interviews and book talks.  To book a presentation, interview and/or book signing please contact [email protected].

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