by Rev. Robert W. Snider
The most disturbing and serious problem in our churches, schools, businesses, families, and government is plain-old stupidity. While this book is entertaining, it is the hope of the author that the readers will find it a good tool toward a commonsense approach to life.
Some people will never have common sense. Even they can benefit from some of the advice in this book. For example, if you are going to tell lies, don’t lie about how good you can box if you can’t box. The author points out that this is a good way to get hurt.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rev. Robert W. Snider graduated from high school in 1970 and received his bachelor of theology degree in 1974. He received his ministerial ordination in 1980 and two master’s degrees in 1992.
His ministries include pastoring, evangelizing, teaching Sunday school, bus ministry, teaching Christian school, prison ministry, and Bible college administering. Presently he is using all that experience in an independent “helps” ministry called the Apostolic Network.
Rev. Snider raised a large family, all of whom are living in Columbus, Ohio. His industrial experience includes manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of many products and involvement in many service industries.
(2007, paperback, 110 pages)
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