I praise God for a committed public servant and man of God, such as Wayne L. Mack, and this important book.
The Directed Path is a call to “arms,” that is to use our human arms to embrace others. It’s NOT a call to bow to the whims of those who whine or complain the most. It IS a call away from lukewarm godliness. This book IS a call to a relationship with God. It is a call to action!
-Don Piper, Bestselling Author of 90 Minutes in Heaven
Praise for THE DIRECTED PATH
Wayne L. Mack has spent 31 years as a public servant in Montgomery County, TX, starting as a Night Shift Janitor in the Maintenance Department and then moving to Custodial Supervisor, Assistant Director of Maintenance and later Director of Building Custodial Services. With his strong work ethic and leadership skills, he has continued to serve in many other positions where he can make a difference, protecting and serving his community. He began working as a Deputy Constable, rising to Captain of the Reserve Division, and then at the Conroe Police Department as a Sergeant over their Reserve Division until he was elected to serve as the Judge of Justice Court One as Justice of the Peace.
Through his positions, Wayne Mack has become a strong leader, serving on 14 nonprofit boards and becoming one of the most popular speakers in the community, frequently called on to speak at church events, conferences, and seminars. He is invited to offer invocations and preside over weddings and other special occasions. His beautiful wife, Mindy Mack, is always by his side, supporting and encouraging his service to the community. Mindy has also contributed a chapter to The Directed Path.
Wayne L. Mack is frequently called upon to speak and pray at events across Montgomery County, TX, where he is a well-loved Public Servant. His messages are uplifting, inspiring, and meet the innermost needs of those who are listening, as reflected in the numerous invitations to speak he receives on a monthly basis.
Wayne Mack is available to speak at your next Conference, Retreat, Church, Mosque, Temple, Synagogue, or other event.