BLUE: A Graduate's Guide to a Meaningful Life

BLUE: A Graduate's Guide to a Meaningful Life

by Mark Absher

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BLUE: A Graduate's Guide to a Meaningful Life by Mark Absher

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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ISBN-13: 9781452326245
Publisher: Blue Crown Media
Publication date: 10/02/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 79 KB

About the Author

Mark Absher has been a Christian since age 7, when he acknowledged Jesus Christ, the Son of God, to be his one and only Savior. Mark 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 one of the in-house attorneys for LifeWay Christian Resources. Mark is a Gideon, and he 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 quarterfinalist, semi-finalist and finalist in a variety of screenplay competitions. Though he has a smattering of pursuits, Mark wants his life legacy to be that he pointed people to Jesus. He hopes that his book, BLUE, will be instrumental in doing just that.

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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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