Hanging the Pirates

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Evangel Cathedral Press, Sep 1, 2000 - Self-Help - 173 pages
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Hanging the Pirates, through true, historical stories and application, colorfully illustrates and uncovers the ever-present hidden thieves that seek to steal our treasure of peace and joy. Worry, aimlessness, uncontrolled anger, temptation, and other sultry characters have a way of sneaking up on us and robbing us of our rightful victory.How do we apprehend these modern day pirates? The author has taken the time to layout a strategy for ongoing strength that anyone can successfully implement.New York Times' best-selling author, John Maxwell, writes: "Hanging the Pirates is a healthy blend of biblical exposition and practical application. What are the pirates that can steal our treasure of peace and joy? This book gives practical answers that will hold the readers' attention."

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Gaulden has pastored in South Carolina for over twenty-five years. He has written numerous book reviews and magazine articles. He has written Sunday School cirriculum that has been used in over 5,000 churches. He completed his doctorate from Erskine Seminary. Presently he is completing a second masters degree with a focus in history and language. He serves as the senior pastor of Evangel Cathedral.

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