A Pastor’s Survivor Guide for College or for Career

A Pastor’s Survivor Guide for College or for Career

This survival guide is for Christian high school graduates who may or may not have a church background and are planning to attend college or pursue some kind of vocational work and training. This booklet may also be helpful to any graduate who is interested in spiritual things or wants to include God as a part of his or her future life journey.

The Survivor Guide for College/Career comes from a retired pastor's wisdom and knowledge through many years of helping people in all stages of life, including teenagers. The book explains three reasons why such a guide in needed and discusses four ways to survive in a changing world that often does not support Christian values.

This survival guide is open, honest, and practical in providing today's young adults direction and wisdom by using many Scripture quotes representing God's point of view. Jesus said, "Therefore everyone who hears these words of Mine, and acts upon them, may be compared to a wise man, who built his house upon the rock." (Matthew 7:24; NASB)

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Genres: Christian Grouth, Christian Living, Christian Self-Help
Tags: Christian Faith, Christian Living, Christianity, Jay Ashbaucher, Religion, Spirituality
Publisher: Reid Ashbaucher Publications
Publication Year: 2022
Format: Paperback
Length: 54
ASIN: 1735094862
ISBN: 9781735094861
List Price: 9.99
About the Author
Jay Ashbaucher

Originally from Ohio, Jay R. Ashbaucher earned an undergraduate degree in education and a master of divinity degree before serving forty-four years in Montana as a pastor and Bible teacher. He served twenty years as a fifth step counselor and lecturer in an alcohol and drug treatment center where he listened to countless stories of people’s broken lives and struggles to achieve wholeness. From them he learned much about people and himself, which has helped in counseling individuals from all walks of life. He has enjoyed conducting grief classes, small groups, and teaching Philosophy of Christianity at a one-year wilderness Bible college. Now retired and living in Michigan, Jay continues his Bible teaching as an author, and together with his wife of fifty years, is enjoying life with family and grand-kids.