Johnson City, TN (PRWEB) June 09, 2011
From author Richard Foster comes a riveting tale that will make readers think. Drawing inspiration from Biblical stories, he has created an interesting “what if” story about The Loneliest Shepherd.
This book deals with choices and how making bad choices can affect just about every aspect of one’s life. At the birth of Jesus the author wondered who it was among the shepherds that had to stay behind and watch the sheep. He wondered how that might affect that person’s life, what his life might turn out to be like and where he might end up. Though purely fictional, The Loneliest Shepherd has true accounts from the Bible around which Foster has created a “what if” story to put into perspective just how critical making the right choices really is.
A fascinating read about the choices people make and how those choices affect them immediately and all along their life journey, The Loneliest Shepherd will make readers think more deeply about life than they ever have before.
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About the Author
Richard Foster is a born again Christian called into evangelism by God. He is a retired businessman and evangelist. He has pastored over the course of his life and feels that God has given him a mission. His questioning mind has inspired many original programs and teachings as well as the inspiration for this book. As a retired businessman, he has had to make many decisions and choices over the years in his business. The author can now look back with hindsight and ask himself all those “what ifs” as they would pertain to his life today.
The Loneliest Shepherd * by Richard Foster
Publication Date: April 21, 2011
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