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In this collection of engaging and short stories author, Lyndon Furst shares experiences from his life to help you recognize the value in the challenges that you face. Furst writes about his beloved dog Teddy, about the importance of a conversation over a good piece of pie, about learning lessons through the foolishness of adolescence, about overlooked human talents and potential, about teamwork and thinking of others. He also covers grandpas and grandchildren, the power of prayer, getting along in the church, God's blessings and being faithful to Him, serendipitous experiences while canoeing, and about the legacy that we leave for others. The author's aim is that you may be drawn closer to Jesus and be prepared to meet the Savior face-to-face when He comes.
|Publisher:||TEACH Services, Inc|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||8 MB|
About the Author
Lyndon G. Furst, EdD, is Dean emeritus of the School of Graduate Studies and Professor emeritus of educational administration at Andrews University. He worked for 21 years in the Seventh-day Adventist school system as an elementary teacher and principal, academy principal, and conference educational superintendent. The remainder of his career was spent teaching in the School of Education at Andrews. Furst earned a doctoral degree in educational administration from the University of the Pacific. He is an avid reader and canoeist. He writes a regular column with commentary on current events in The Journal Era, a weekly newspaper published in Berrien Springs, Michigan.