The Secret Blend: A Modern Parable of Personal Success

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WaterBrook Press, Jan 1, 2004 - Self-Help - 180 pages
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Is your life as rich, meaningful, and enjoyable as you want it to be? Is there something missingĖan emptiness that gnaws away at your heart even in the midst of success and achievement?

In The Secret Blend, best-selling author Stan Toler tells a parable youíll identify with. Itís the story of a man who discovers some surprising truths in a most unexpected place: a coffee shop. Fascinating insights about the dark, aromatic brew begin to hit home, and he gets a taste of the true definition of wealth and abundance.

Like the man in the parable of The Secret Blend, you too will experience fresh insights regarding the real measure of wealth. Youíll come to realize itís found not just in material possessions and personal achievement, but more so in the quality of your relationships.

You can learn a lot about life from a cup of coffee. Taste The Secret Blend for yourself, and start experiencing truly rich relationships.

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About the author (2004)

Stan Toler is senior pastor of Trinity Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and hosts the television program, Leadership Today. For several years he taught seminars for Dr. John C. Maxwellís INJOY Group. Toler has written more than 50 books, including his best-sellers God Has Never Failed Me, But Heís Sure Scared Me to Death a Few Times; The Buzzards Are Circling, But Godís Not Finished with Me Yet; and the popular Minute Motivator series.

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