James Caso

Biography

Jim Caso is an author, podcaster, speaker, minister, and a founder of a non-profit organization helping the Nowhere Child.

Once he received his degree in theology, Jim started and pastored a non-denominational church. After some years he felt God calling him to minister to those outside the confines of the church building. He authored Exousia to share the premise that everyone has the Power to be a child of God. His second book X-Faith examines the way the life of a believer can experience Extraordinary change through Faith.

In his new work, Faith Actually, he continues the journey of Faith with a transparent look at realizing miraculous possibilities that can be embraced through experiencing Actual Faith, rather than religious homilies.

In addition to writing, speaking, and podcasting, Jim serves as a leader and a voice for the Nowhere Children of the world. Through his non-profit organization, Crimson Cord (www.crimsoncord.org), he seeks recognition, rescue, justice, safety, education, and equality for children who's lives exist in a despicable place that goes unseen by society.

Jims favorite songs are; 1) What a Wonderful World by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole, 2) Temporary Home by Carrie Underwood, 3) Remind Me Who I Am by Jason Gray, and 4) Give Me Your Eyes by Brandon Heath.

He lives in Southern California with his wife, and is devoted to his children and grandchildren.

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Books

Faith Actually
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 38,870. Language: English. Published: March 14, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Faith
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This book explores the possibilities of realizing actual faith in the everyday life of believers. Learn the difference between belief and faith. Discover the source of faith that can overcome any challenge in life. Understand how to 'receive' and 'achieve' limitless possibilities through the power of God, and become a champion of faith. This book will help empower a new vitality and spiritually.

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