Many people recognize Tim Rowe as a partner in the successful Rowe and Hamilton law firm advertised on television.
The Indianapolis attorney could have made millions in corporate law. Instead, he has devoted his career to justice for clients in cases involving civil rights, accident litigation, personal injury, nursing home litigation and criminal law.
Now he has set his sights on an even higher goal: Bringing his fellow Christians closer to God and helping them lead more fulfilling lives.
Rowe hopes to achieve this with his new book, The Magnificent Goodness of God and How it will Transform Your Life.
He wants readers to use the book to renew their love for God’s character and goodness.
“Some people have a low concept of God and don’t think he cares about them, Rowe said. “I want to expand their vision of God and his goodness. Once they see the sum total of all he is, their lives will be transformed.”
Using over 3,000 scripture references and 28 versions of the Bible, Rowe provides an inspiring perspective on the good heart of God.
“This book is essentially designed to restore your faith,” he said. “Too often we miss out on being blessed because we don’t realize that our image of God dramatically affects our lives, character and destiny.”
The book has already generated buzz on the Web site Amazon.com, where one buyer wrote, “There are very few books that have touched me like this one. God is good, and the more we believe it the more we will see God working mighty things in our lives.”
A native of Ohio, Rowe’s devotion to justice was inspired by his father, who served as a missionary in Africa and was a friend of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy.
After graduating from Indiana University School of Law in 1984, Rowe established his law practice with partner David Hamilton.
He is a member of several professional law associations and has spoken at numerous seminars across the country about legal issues.
Rowe is also host of the weekly television show “Faith and the Law,” which airs on WHMB-40 every Wednesday from noon to 12:30 p.m.
The show provides free legal advice and a forum to discuss issues such as prayer in schools, creation verses evolution, social values and wisdom regarding use of the Internet.
Rowe believes today there is a desperate need for people to awaken their hearts to the goodness of God.
“God wants us to know him intimately and have a genuine appreciation for his awesome nature,” Rowe said. “His character never fails, and anyone who has been touched by the goodness of God cannot remain the same.”
For information about The Magnificent Goodness of God and How It Will Transform Your Life visit www.faithandthelaw.com. It may be purchased at Christian bookstores or by visiting Amazon and Barnes & Noble online.