BLUE: A Graduate's Guide to a Meaningful Life

BLUE: A Graduate's Guide to a Meaningful Life

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by Mark Absher
     
 

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Christian lawyer and Bible study leader, Mark A. Absher, urges graduates to incorporate 4 basic principles into their lives. The priciples are presented, using the acronyn BLUE. Following these principles will enable graduates to experience a life that is marked by peace, joy and a sense of fulfillment�the goals of real living.

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Christian lawyer and Bible study leader, Mark A. Absher, urges graduates to incorporate 4 basic principles into their lives. The priciples are presented, using the acronyn BLUE. Following these principles will enable graduates to experience a life that is marked by peace, joy and a sense of fulfillment�the goals of real living.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000885895
Publisher:
Mark Absher
Publication date:
05/21/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
904,328
File size:
277 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Absher is a graduate of Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina and The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. A former high school English teacher, Mark has been an attorney for over 20 years, and currently serves as Associate General Counsel for LifeWay Christian Resources. Mark has taught high school, college and adult Bible study classes for nearly 2 decades. Adding to his list of odd hobbies, Mark has written two screenplays that have placed, variously, as quarter finalist, semi-finalist and finalist in a variety of screenplay competitions. He hopes that his book, BLUE, will be instrumental in guiding Christians, particularly graduates, who are stepping through a significant transition, to a life that is marked by peace, joy and a sense of fulfillment.

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BLUE: A Graduate's Guide to a Meaningful Life 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
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Some very good advice. Wish I had it years ago.
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Stephanie Hauer More than 1 year ago
I thought this book would be advice on life after graduation... In actuality, this book was a combination of "Believe (in) God" and "I'm not trying to convert you to Christianity." Or, at least, that was the first chapter. I got so sick of such contradictory messages that I did not even finish reading the first chapter. I did not like this book at all, but I think other people might. I really felt like he was just preaching without trying to pressure the non-Christians into changing beliefs immediatly. If you're in the mood for that, great. Enjoy. But you will not get any advice about non-religious matters, which is what I wanted and expected.
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Shari Absher More than 1 year ago
Love Blue! This little book is full of truth and easy to remember!
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