The Fourth Fisherman by Joe Kissack
How Three Mexican Fishermen Who Came Back from the Dead Changed My Life and Saved My Marriage

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We each came to a moment of brokenness;
what we found there was God.
And he was enough.
 
It was the subject of headlines around the world:  Three Mexican fishermen in a small open boat without any supplies, drifting for more than nine months and 5,500 miles across the Pacific Ocean. Through blistering sun and threatening storms, they battle starvation, dehydration, hopelessness, and death. Their lifelines? An unwavering faith and a tattered Bible.
 
Thousands of miles away, Joe Kissack, a successful Hollywood executive, personified the American dream. He enjoyed the trappings of the good life: a mini mansion, sports cars, and more. He had it made. Yet the intense pressure of his driven and high-powered career sends him into a downward spiral, driving him deep into suicidal depression, insidious addictions, and alienation from his family. His lifelines? A friend and a Bible on the table between them. 
 
Thoughtfully told with candor and humor, Kissack weaves together the incredible true voyage of fishermen adrift in the sea and his own life’s journey as a man lost in the world. It is a story that will buoy your spirit and renew your hope and faith.
 

About Joe Kissack

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Joe Kissack is a speaker, author, screenwriter, film and television executive, publisher, and entrepreneur. His job descriptions cover a wide spectrum, from working on a farm and cleaning out refrigerated beef trucks to serving as a senior executive for Sony Pictures. His speaking engagements also vary, as he provides inspiration for charities, churches, and business conferences. Joe lives in Atlanta with Carmen, his wife of more than twenty-five years, and their two daughters.
 
Published March 13, 2012 by WaterBrook Press. 226 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Kissack's story - his rise to wealth and power in television, his fall at the hands of alcohol and prescription medication, and his miraculous transformation from a self-serving man of the world to an obedient servant of God - would be worthy of its own shelf in the inspirational book section.

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