Man to Man: Becoming the Believer God Called You to Be

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Kregel Publications, 2003 - Religion - 208 pages
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Thirty-one devotional chapters drawn from "Doc" Hensley's life experiences as a veteran of Vietnam, a husband and father, an award-winning journalist, and a college professor. Each chapter focuses on a contemporary issue of importance to men, ranging from finances to patriotism and from fatherhood to career choices.

"[Dennis] is a master communicator as a speaker and writer."--Jerry B. Jenkins

"Doc Hensley's writings have a magnetic quality to them. You are drawn to them. They take you to new places, introduce you to new ideas, and challenge you to rise to new levels of personal excellence."--Holly G. Miller, Travel Editor, "The Saturday Evening Post"

"Whenever I pick up a book by Dennis Hensley, I can expect to laugh, learn, love, and live to the fullest. He takes seemingly complicated issues and makes them understandable without losing their fascinating qualities."--Bill Myers author of "Blood of Heaven"

"Man to Man is a practical, down-to-earth book. This is an interesting and thought-provoking book. Its greatest strength lies in its high-quality illustrations. . . kind of practical advice and counsel that all of us need. It is an excellent source of sermon illustrations.""--Contact"

"The book is great reading, greater stories that tie into Biblical principles."--"Crystal Cathedral Men's Ministry"

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Written in an engaging, devotional style the author presents short, daily thoughts with excellent application and suggested readings on the topic. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Dennis E. Hensley (Ph.D. British & American Literature, Linguistics, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana) is Professor of English and the director of the professional writing program at Taylor University, Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is the author of 6 novels including The Gift and The Caribbean Conspiracy and over thirty non-fiction books including Millennium Approaches and The Freelance Writer's Handbook. He has also published more than 3,000 articles in such publications as Reader's Digest, USA Today, and People.

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