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Pastor launching new book on finding success

Jody Almond, senior pastor of Transformation Church in Salisbury, has published a book, “Going All In: Finding Success Through Surrender.”

He’s also the founder of Soulution Ministries to “empower others in discovering their true purpose and finding success in their personal and professional life.”

Almond says in a press release that he has “found the password for success.”

The book is meant for people who are struggling to find their way. Almond says it includes tips on not just surviving but thriving.

Almond writes that the book will help the reader identify their significance, understand their setbacks and help them through a journey to success.

Almond points out that studies show people who lack a sense of purpose are often prone to drug and alcohol abuse.

There will be a global launch party at Transformation Church, 1350 Old Stone House Road, on Jan. 25 from 1-3 p.m. It will be streamed live on Facebook.

Space is limited to 100 people, tickets are available at http://bit.ly/All-In-launchparty.

For more information about Almond and his book, visit his website, www.soulutionministries.com.

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