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The Day Jesus Died

The Day Jesus Died

by Stan Paregien Sr
     
 

This Ebook is Version 2.0 of a book of Stan Paregien's which was originally published in hardback in 1970. It grew out of his research, writing, sermons and life's experiences during his years as the preaching minister of the University Church of Christ in Las Cruces, NM and as the Associate Minister of the Mayfair Church of Christ in Oklahoma City.

The 18

Overview

This Ebook is Version 2.0 of a book of Stan Paregien's which was originally published in hardback in 1970. It grew out of his research, writing, sermons and life's experiences during his years as the preaching minister of the University Church of Christ in Las Cruces, NM and as the Associate Minister of the Mayfair Church of Christ in Oklahoma City.

The 18 chapters deal with such still-current topics as the importance of truth, the meaning of the gospel, the search for hope, the disease of racism, the issue of how to help people trapped in poverty, and how to find personal peace in a troubled world. There are numerous illustrations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044270428
Publisher:
Stan Paregien, Sr
Publication date:
01/04/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Stan Paregien Sr was born in Oklahoma to Harold and Evelyn (Cauthen) Paregien. The family moved west the year after his birth and he grew up on ranches and farms where his father worked in southern California. One of those places where Harold Paregien worked was the Newhall Ranch, a corporate ranching and farming operation that stretched for miles either side of the highway from the towns of Newhall to Piru. Stan was already in love with anything cowboy, mostly by watching those great B-Westerns at the local movie theaters. And then on the Newhall Ranch (officially known as the Newhall Land & Farming Company) he and his sister Roberta acquired horses and rode happy trails all over the ranch. Paregien graduated from high school at Fillmore, Calif. He married Peggy Ruth Allen from nearby Ventura, Calif., in May of 1962. And they immediately moved to Nashville, Tennessee where in 1965 he graduated from Lipscomb University. He received his master’s degree from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. And he completed all 60-hours of the classwork toward a Ph.D. in Speech Communication at the University of Oklahoma but not complete his other requirements. He is a former full-time minister, a newspaper reporter and editor, a radio talk show host, a director of mental health facilities in both Texas and Oklahoma, and a salesman of various products. Through it all, he has been a freelance writer and author. Stan and Peggy have two adult children, Stan Paregien Jr who lives with his family in the St. Louis area; and Stacy Magness who lives with her family south central Texas. They also have four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The Paregiens lived in Edmond, Oklahoma for some 20 years before moving to Bradenton, Florida in June of 2013. Be sure to take a look at his other e-books which are also available online, including: The Cajun Cowdog: 15 Cowboy Stories for Adults* *Just that people under age 13 probably can't appreciate it. A Rainy Day Reader: 100 Poems for Your Enjoyment Woody Guthrie: His Life, Music & Myth Oklahoma Almanac of Facts & Humor, (Parts 1& 2) The Austin Chronicles, Book 1: Boggy Depot Shootout (a Western novel with adult themes) The Austin Chronicles, Book 2: The Abilene Trail (a Western novel with adult themes) The Day Jesus Died Rootin’ Tootin’ Cowboy Poetry Guy Logsdon: Award-winning Folklorist Jim Shoulders: King of the Rodeo Cowboys Quotations for Writers & Speakers Clara Luper: Civil Rights Pioneer Thoughts on Unity

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