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A Christ-Conscious Mind - All the Day Long Ken Long

A Christ-Conscious Mind - All the Day Long

Ken Long

Published October 22nd 2015
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Kindle Edition
69 pages
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 About the Book 

As Christians, we desire to keep God at the forefront of our minds so we can consistently glorify Him, serve Him, and live lives that are pleasing to Him. The distractions of life however—fueled by fleshly desires, worldly enticements, andMoreAs Christians, we desire to keep God at the forefront of our minds so we can consistently glorify Him, serve Him, and live lives that are pleasing to Him. The distractions of life however—fueled by fleshly desires, worldly enticements, and temptations of the devil—tend to derail our thoughts and reroute them toward anything except the Lord. We may devote an hour to worship Him on Sunday- we may even begin each day with a quiet time of prayer and meditation…but when we step out of our prayer closet and enter the daily fray, thoughts of God rarely enter our mind. It’s as though He doesn’t even exist!This book is chocked full of articles, scriptural references, and practical suggestions designed to help you maintain a Christ-Conscious Mind—All the Day Long. Each chapter covers a different aspect of the Christian walk and offers a fresh awareness of who God is and what He has done so you can keep Him at the forefront of your mind throughout the day. It is the author’s intent to help you become more keenly aware of God’s immeasurable love and bountiful provision in your life so that you can more consistently live for Him and glorify Him in your daily decisions, activities, and worship.Ken Long is a retired journalist, having spent more than three decades in the community newspaper business. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, he served as publisher of the Cuero (TX) Record from 1972 to 1984, and the Round Rock (TX) Leader from 1984 until 1998. He joined the Texas Press Association in 1998 and served as the association’s state advertising director until 2007 when he left the newspaper business to join the Rafiki Foundation, a Christian non-profit organization that operates orphanages and schools in ten different countries in Africa. Ken and his wife, Dana, reside in Eustis, Florida and are the parents of three grown children and ten grandchildren.