Devotions with Presidents


Devotions with Presidents
contains 150 Scripture-based messages with stories and facts about presidents to illustrate each point. In an age before cars, how did Ulysses Grant get a ticket for speeding? Did Abraham Lincoln have daddy issues? What made William Howard Taft cry? Why were the French so mad at George Washington? The answers to these and other questions about presidents can be found here, but that is only part of what is contained in these pages. You can also read messages from the Bible about grace, grit, forgiveness, prayer, and a lot of other important principles of discipleship.

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Presidential Stories

 

Did you know George Washington was an excellent dancer? Did you ever hear the story about how Abraham Lincoln was almost engaged to the wrong woman? What made Theodore Roosevelt quit his government job during a time of war? Here is a more significant question: What does the Bible say about things like confrontations, big dreams, and grit? Presidential Stories truly is a different kind of devotional. The author shares truths from Scripture in each daily reading, but these truths are illustrated with true stories from the lives of the Presidents of the United States.

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Ask the Professors
Keys to College Success

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By Timothy D. Holder & Jason R. Edwards

Peek inside your professors’ minds…
Well, okay, it is just a look inside the minds of two people who might not actually be your professors. But they have taught for several years now, and they have time-tested ideas on how students can be successful in college. Get useful tips on how to thrive in the world of academia. The authors cover how to learn, how to study, what to consider when taking online classes, and more.
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Presidential Character: Geroge Washington-John Qunicy Adams

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This book focuses on what the first six presidents said and did regarding faith, slavery, and leadership. Was George Washington just a slave-owning Deist, or was he more than that? What were the great ironies of John Adams’ life? Did Thomas Jefferson deserve his reputation as a statesman, or was he less than that? Why did James Madison not free his slaves in his will? Who was James Monroe, and what did he think about…anything? Why was John Quincy Adams such a skilled diplomat, and yet so amazingly irritating?
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