qMark Beaird gives sound, moral advice in a time of great ethical challenge. His words fit perfectly in the small Louisiana community that I serve-one that is still deeply religious and based upon strong religious and moral values. His columns prove that there are still good, smart and ethical people around.q -Chris Chatelain, Editor, West Side Journalq Mark Beaird's writing frequently moves to address current issues from a spiritual angle necessary, perhaps, in light of recent world events. His column are concise, meaningful, and filled with many nourishing gems from which my readers may draw. q -Joy E. Cressler, Crowley Star Editor, Crowley, Texas qMark Beaird's columns are succinct and well-written, but undeniably Christian without being overly 'preachy' or pious. They have practical application and appeal to a broader audience than simply the Sunday choir.q -Heath Waldrop, managing editor, The Ashley News Observer qMark Beaird's writing style is fresh and conversational. The messages are timely and speak to every day challenges, ranging from stress to success q -Linda C. Jacobson, Managing Editor, Canyon Lake Times Guardian qMark Beaird has conquered the difficult task of devotional writing. His creative ability to communicate biblical truths in simple language is artistic. I do not hesitate to recommend this word picture collection of the Gospel message.q -Dr. Terry Johns, Lee UniversityAt times I forget things. In fact, at the rate I am going, it will not be long until I can hide my own Easter eggs! We all forget things from time to timeasome are not really important, but some are. We all forget to say athank youa from time to time.
|Title||:||Encouragement for Living|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2003-06-01|