|Book Title||Romancing the Divine|
Don Nori Sr. Bio
Donald F. Nori, Sr., 1952-2018.
Don Nori passed into glory April 17, 2018, at the age of 66. He is survived by his wife, Cathy, their 5 sons, and 7 grandchildren.
Don was the founder of Destiny Image Inc., a company dedicated to spreading the Word of God to the nations to inspire a godly generation.
Through his own writings, and by publishing the writings of thousands more, Don leaves behind a legacy of leading believers the world over into a deeper relationship with Christ.
Don Nori Sr, along with his wife Cathy founded Destiny Image Publishers in 1983 in obedience to a visitation of the Lord in the summer of 1982. Beginning in the living room of their small home, it has grown to an internationally respected company represented in every country of the world, in nearly 100 languages, with millions of books distributed. Destiny Image has published more African Americans than any other publisher in history.
Don Nori Sr. wrote more than 20 books of his own over the years. He is a respected Christian philosopher, entrepreneur, consultant and public speaker. He was an international Ambassador of world peace; recipient of the International Golden Rule Award and holds an honorary doctorate from the United Graduate College and Seminary International.
You may think you are the only one, but nearly everyone wonders about God’s love for them.
This story is a tale that could be your own. It is a passionate and personal fictional allegory about one persons search for Divine acceptance and love.
Romancing the Divine is everyone’s struggle with weakness and inadequacies while longing to know they were born with a purpose. The Traveler grapples with attempting to understand Divine destiny while trying to gain the favor of the One who created him. He is looking for true love.
Don Nori, pastor, publisher and author of eight books, weaves an exceptional story that will show you the power of God’s love and extent that He will go to in order for you to accept His love and His dream for you.
This allegory will help you to see yourself as God sees you; to understand the limitless nature of His grace; to trust Him in your most private doubts; and to believe that what He says about you is true.
The world has yet to see what can happen through a person who knows he is truly forgiven.