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My Life: A Guided Tour : the Autobiography of Kenneth N. Taylor Paperback – Jul 1991


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Three Things I learn from Tyndale Publishing 7 July 2014
By Robin Stienberg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book is a must read for anyone who is facing challenges in running a small business. Anyone who is wanting to find encouragement this is one of them. It is well define principles Dr. Taylor has make effortlessly clear that there are three things we must keep in mind, 1 - Allow purpose to be the driving force and not money for your success, 2 - Always take calculated risks, such as how much money can I afford to loose? Make sure you know how much risks you can undertake and not go homeless or broke, 3 - Always be willing to change and learn.

The National Critics Choice is pleased to endorsed this book.
Robin Stienberg, Editor in Chief and Talk Show Host
A Frustrated Laborer Finds Hope in Downtown Chicago! 17 Sep 2014
By Robert Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I never did meet Dr. Taylor. I did speak to Margaret Taylor, his wife, who still lives in Illinois. Ken was a member of College Church in Wheaton, Illinois. He and Billy Graham, his friend, graduated from Wheaton College, near Chicago, Illinois. Ken graduated in 1938.
Billy and his wife, Ruth, graduated from Wheaton College in 1943.
Virginia Muir helped him to be precise in his account. He shares a lot about his children. He translated the Bible into a paraphrased form called the Living Bible. It is no longer available. Today in 2014, there is the NEW LIVING Bible.
Mark and the other children could not understand the King James Bible when Ken and Margaret read the Bible to them in family devotions. On Ken's way to work on the train in downtown Chicago, he started translating the Bible into a form easier to share with his children.
Millions of people worldwide have been impacted by the Living Bible.
Living Bibles International provided a means for translating a paraphrased version for other language speakers also. I am thankful for this book. Once, Ken said, "Lord, I am not going to talk to you about my career anymore." Right after that, Moody Publishers called Ken.
Ken had been stringing up chicken wire for a company near Wheaton, Illinois, where Ken and Margaret lived. After three days, Ken stopped.
He quit. The phone call from Moody Literature Missions was an answer to his frustrated prayer.
What is God saying to you about your career? Are you doing what God wants you to do? Is it your dream job?
Ken's struggles at being a husband, father, and provider are evident as he writes. Buy this book. Read it. Pray over it.
God will help you with your career. "The Lord God will continually guide you." Isaiah 58:11 Thank you for reading this!!!
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