Overview

America’s unemployment ranks are hovering close to 8 percent and, if taking into account those who have “given up” looking for a job or are underemployed, that figure stands closer to 17 percent. If you’re not unemployed you know people who are.
Is it a hopeless feeling? Perhaps, if they don’t know the Lord. But for believers, the answer is a definite “No!”
Unlike self-help job books like What Color Is Your ...
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Fired? Get Fired Up!

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Overview

America’s unemployment ranks are hovering close to 8 percent and, if taking into account those who have “given up” looking for a job or are underemployed, that figure stands closer to 17 percent. If you’re not unemployed you know people who are.
Is it a hopeless feeling? Perhaps, if they don’t know the Lord. But for believers, the answer is a definite “No!”
Unlike self-help job books like What Color Is Your Parachute? this one specifically targets Christian readers.
The author speaks firsthand—having been fired first when an unbeliever, then after finding God. His testimony and others’ bring readers hope, encouragement and expectation.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016664545
  • Publisher: Gripfast Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 82 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Alan Leslie has been an editor and journalist for more than 30 years, has won three national writing awards, and has operated his own media-relations firm since 2000.
He has also survived being fired — three times — before his salvation and after. Speaking from this personal experience, he gives readers keen insights and suggestions on how to get their lives back on track.
A 1971 graduate of the University of Maine at Orono, he spent three years as news director at Colby College, 10 years as editor of as the daily Lewiston (Maine) Sun and 11 years as founding editor of Golf Course News (now Golf Course Industry), which became the leading trade publication in the golf industry. Since 2000 he has freelanced as well as operated his own firm, The Leslies — Media Consultants, working with some of the leading golf course architects and builders around the country.
His first book, "Midnight Rider for the Morning Star," based on the life and times of America’s first circuit-riding preacher, has gained widespread acclaim across the Christian community.
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