A Compound Life

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eBookIt.com, May 1, 2011 - Humor - 102 pages
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A Compound Life is a humorous take on everyday life, and maybe even a quirky look at some of our adventures at The Compound, and some of life's often overlooked simple pleasures; and even some lackluster, boring and mundane chores that we all must do.The Compound is a magical, mystical kind of place where only good things are "supposed" to happen. You may find a little satire or even a slight embellishment in some of the stories, now and again.A Compound Life - I think Dorothy said it best, "There's No Place Like Home"!Grab yourself a cold drink, a glass of wine, or a bottle of wine for that matter. Hell, grab a couple of six packs while you're at it, invite a few friends over and start your own book club!Sit back, relax and enjoy! I think you'll be glad you got that drink!
 

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More and More Critters
Texas Decor
The Ultimate Sunset at The Compound
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Few Assemblies of God educators have attained the breadth of influence achieved by McGee. His extensive college and seminary teaching experience spanned five decades (1967-2008), he was a prolific author, and he helped to build bridges through his leadership in numerous professional and interchurch organizations.He was Distinguished Professor of Church History and Pentecostal Studies at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, where he taught since 1984. He previously taught at Central Bible College (1970-1984) and Open Bible College (1967-1970).

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