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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: New Leaf Press
Publication Date: 1994
Availability: In Stock
Perhaps the overwhelming irony of graduation is that all our knowledge often fails to prepare us for the pitfalls of the future. There is too much excitement, too much focus on relaxing from the years of work and achievement.
Moments for Graduates provides a look at true success stories (and some failures), ripe with humor and practical advice. Inspiring and compelling challenges for life's journey will appeal to graduates of all ages, who need an occasional moment to reflect on the true meaning of life and how it can best be lived. Moments for Graduates offers not only riveting stories, but drops pearls of wisdom to students embarking on a lifelong path.
Robert J. Strand has been a best-selling author since 1982 and a pioneer in gift book publishing. In 1994 his "Moments to Give" series was published by New Leaf Press. Other titles followed until today Strand has authored 58 titles. A dynamic speaker, Strands style packs human interest stories into his presentations, making audiences cry, laugh and think all at the same time. Prior to writing and speaking, Strand was a senior pastor for 37 years in the upper Midwest, and is listed in the first and second editions of Whos Who in Religion in America. He and his wife, Donna, have four children and eight grandchildren.