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Old 01-28-2012, 11:55 PM   #1
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Free (Kindle/Nook/ChristianBook) The Good Life [Christian Inspirational]

The Good Life: Seeking purpose, meaning, and truth in your life by Charles Colson with Harold Fickett is an anecdote-based inspirational self-help meditation, free courtesy of Christian publisher Tyndale House's BarnaBooks imprint.

Currently free @ Amazon UK, will likely drop in the main store and show up at the usual outlets Tyndale House also distributes its freebies to.

This may be a Topaz format; it looks like it's got a disproportionately big filesize unless photos are included.

Description
Sharing from his own life, as well as the stories of others, Chuck Colson exposes the counterfeits of the good life and leads readers to the only true source of meaning and purpose, Jesus Christ. But he does that in an unusual way, allowing powerful stories to illustrate how people have lived out their beliefs in ways that either satisfy or leave them empty.

Colson addresses seekers—people looking for the truth. He shows through stories that the truth is knowable and that the truly good life is one that lives within the truth. Through the book, readers get to understand their own stories and find answers to their own search for meaning, purpose, and truth.
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