Pastor John's World: Bringing Into Focus Family, Decency, Traditional Values

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Tate Publishing, Nov 1, 2006 - Humor - 172 pages
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It is said that laughter is the best medicine, but it's hard to smile and even harder to laugh these days. How can we maintain a happy face in these sorrowful times? Through humor, Joe Giulie's Pastor John is a spiritual connection to America's need for relief through healing humor with the best advice on earth coming from the heavens. Most Americans now know that evil truly does exist, and they are turning to the spiritual for comfort and inner peace. Pastor John is the author's spokesperson for his belief that, along with profound spiritual needs, parents also realize the importance of passing along to the next generation the values of America-freedom and peace for all mankind. Now more than ever America needs to smile, and humor can help heal during this time of fear and overwhelming sorrow. Pastor John is about old-fashioned words and deeds, all revealed to us in that no fat, no frills, and straight-ahead, basic elemental leaven of language that America needs now.
 

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About the author (2006)

Joe Giulie is a high-tech company founder, inventor, technologist, and artist. He founded his first company while a student at Stanford where he received his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He sold that company and retired at age 42, stayed retired only two weeks as the kids were on summer vacation, then founded or co-founded a dozen companies in Silicon Valley, mostly around his six-inches-high stack of patients. Now at 82, he lives with his wife in Medford, Oregon and is active everyday in his R & D company and with several other companies as a mentor.

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