Unlocking Your Legacy: 25 Keys for Success
When all is said and done, each of us will leave only four things behind: Memories, souvenirs of our existence, trophies of our achievements, and legacies. Paul J. Meyer motivates and leads readers to begin developing their own legacy that will bless and encourage those left behind.
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Part OneWHERE EVERY GOOD LEGACY BEGINS
Legacy Key 3 Telling others about your faith
Part TwoATTITUDES FOR LIVING THE CHRISTIAN LIFE
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