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“Principles of Life” provides the tangible leadership and guidance you must use daily, especially when confronted with situations and... Read More
“Principles of Life” provides the tangible leadership and guidance you must use daily, especially when confronted with situations and circumstances that may tempt you to choose the “easy way out”. The “easy way out” always leaves you vulnerable to grief, shame hurt, and despair. This choice will always act like a boomerang, leading you back to the life you are trying to leave behind. These rules alone, however, do not cause you to obey the principles—you follow these principles because you trust God’s Word. That is the Key! This book is based entirely on God’s Word. I speak from personal experience. These principles have become my lifestyle, and I am so very grateful that I was able to use them to strengthen me and deliver me from prison. They have blessed me to reach out to other people everywhere. Read Less
Contributor(s)Travis G. Roberson
About the Contributor(s)Bishop Travis G. Roberson is an ordained minister who was born a slave in Deadwood, Texas in 1946. He served...
Bishop Travis G. Roberson is an ordained minister who was born a slave in Deadwood, Texas in 1946. He served 23 years 10 months in the U. S. Air Force. Bishop Roberson loves God and His people; he ministers a prison outreach and was chosen by God to pastor the Holy Temple of God International Church Organization and to establish its Principles of Life, Meaningful Employment, and Housing Program.
Weight (lbs)0.58 lb
Case Weight (lbs)34.79 lb
Dimensions 8.88(h) x 5.38(w) x 0.38(d) inches
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