A perfect choice for faith-based discussion groups! Witness first-hand how God orchestrates an extraordinary series of events through the life of an ordinary man, just as he did so often with people of the Bible. Joe describes in his own words, recorded years before his death, how God protected him time and time again, forgave him of his transgressions and transformed his life into one of service resulting in a legacy that would last for all eternity. Come along as the stories unfold one after the other, decade by decade. Scripture references included for contemplation and discussion.
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Tad Allen Long lives near Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife Cathy and daughters Abigail, Victoria and Olivia. Tad holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Purdue University Krannert School of Management and a Master of Business Administration from Butler University. He enjoys spending his time between various family and church activities and is currently working on his next book, a children's novel.Review:
This is a very powerful book telling the tales of how much power teachers, coaches, and administrators can have in the lives of their students. A kind word or gesture, a belief in the power of education, and taking the time to make a difference in the life of a child really is meaningful. More importantly, like Lee, I, too, had teachers, coaches and administrators who took an interest in me and allowed me to realize my potential beyond all odds. --Dr. J. T. Coopman, Superintendent, Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation, Whiteland, Indiana
This book was great to read as I try to prepare my heart and mind to go back to school. As educators, we all need a pep talk from time to time and your book provided that. Thank you for reminding me of the awesome responsibility I have and the opportunity entrusted to me to guide children. I m thankful for books like yours that remind me that everything I say and do is watched...Your book is one that I think anyone who is in direct contact with young people should read. We all need to know how much of an influence we have on them. --Allison Boyll, Teacher
I received your book and can't seem to put it down. It is easy to read, inspirational, reassuring, and sends such a powerful message to all educators. ... Thank you for writing this and being so candid, as this will impact many individuals along the way and encourage thinking in a different way and seeing the many angles of children. --Angie Hall, 5th Grade Teacher
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Book Description Cross Training, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1929478623
Book Description Cross Training, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 166 pages. 8.20x5.30x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1929478623