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Short Life

Living for What Matters During our Few Days on Earth

Short Life

Living for What Matters During our Few Days on Earth

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Publisher: Morgan James Publishing llc
ISBN: 9781642799712
Number of Pages: 262
Published: 24/11/2020
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.8 cm
The theme of Short Life is the brevity of life developed through several transparent stories from the life of Michael Edward Nichols. Most people want to live a meaningful life, but many end up living mundane, routine lives that seem to have no purpose. Many want to live well but lack the motivation to get started. Short Life aims to awaken every person to realize their time on earth is short and give practical tips on how to redeem the time the Lord has given those on earth. Michael Edward Nichols discovered the truth that focusing on one's own death can teach them how to live. Since, the quality of his life has been dramatically impacted by the realization that life is very short. Michael's goal is to be a catalyst for transformation in other people's lives from inside out. Part one of Short Life focuses on inner thoughts and attitudes. Part two concentrates more on outward behavior and relationships. The counter-cultural premise of Short Life challenges readers to actually think about his or her death as much as possible. Surprisingly, rather than causing one to become morbid or depressed, thinking about one's own death actually unleashes the power to live an authentic, full life.

Michael Edward Nichols

Michael Edward Nichols has been professor of Intercultural Studies at Lincoln Christian University in Lincoln, Illinois for the last 25 years. He is also the main teaching pastor at the Mason City, IL Christian Church. He previously served as a youth pastor in an Illinois church for 5 years and a missionary in Africa (Democratic Republic of the Congo) for 10 years. He holds BA and MA degrees from LCU and a PhD degree in Intercultural Studies from Trinity International University (TEDS). Michael's greatest passions in life are teaching youth, cross-cultural missions, and being a spiritual father to the fatherless. He has published articles in the Evangelical Missions Quarterly and the Trinity Journal. He has written a PhD dissertation on the topic of leadership transition in the DR Congo, published electronically by ProQuest. He currently resides in the country near Greenview, IL.

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