Steven Wright Clarkson grew up in Miami, FL where he enjoyed most of what living on the coast had to offer - scuba diving, water skiing, fishing, among other activities. He went to Duke University and was enrolled in Army ROTC his last two years. As an active duty officer, Steven spent his first tour of duty in Korea. He has also taught English in Japan, traveled extensively throughout the East, a...
Paperback: 518 pages
Publisher: Xulon Press (September 29, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 16344173
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Steven Clarkson's courage to share intimate, deep, honest blog entries about his challenging but enlightening journey as a Christian who also struggles with mental health and relationship issues is remarkable. This book is so readable; the entries a...
two beautiful children. He received his Master of Business Administration from the University of South Carolina in 1994. He spends his times now writing, playing mandolin, reading Christian related materials, and assisting in raising his boy and girl. He currently lives in Austin, Texas where the heat doesn't even compare to Miami. Steven's relationship to the Lord is the most important part of his life. As our nation and this world seem to be crumbling around us, Steven's dairy of how a bipolar Christian views the world is both fascinating and life changing. It is uncanny how these entries coincide with many of the major events in the period covering the time from 2009 through 2011. Steven's first love is the Lord and it's apparent on every page of this account of one Christian's vantage point of the world that God created. It's both compelling and direct and will captivate the reader from page one on. It started as a blog on Steven's music website and has evolved from there. With an end time view, Steven has brought to light many of the questions Christians are asking today. This book is a good resource for anyone interested in modern Christian thought. As the book is primarily organized chronologically by date, it can also serve as a daily devotional of sorts.