Author delivers roadmap to spiritual and secular success
Contact: Wayne J. Vaughan, 718-622-1818, 718-778-7578
BROOKLYN, May 6 /Christian Newswire/ -- How often have you observed young men and women, who've grown up in the church, go off to colleges and universities and have lost their faith? What are churches and parents not doing to prepare young people for the spiritual challenges of the academic world and the realities of the marketplace? Author Wayne J. Vaughan offers students, parents, and Christian leaders a roadmap to success in both the spiritual and secular arenas of life in "The Student Success Plan: Living and Growing Your Faith Through the College Years" (paperback, 978-1-60266-667-2; hardcover, 978-1-60266-678-8). "I hope that this book will help young people navigate some of the most enjoyable, but also some of the most dangerous years of their lives," says Vaughan. Topic by topic, Vaughan highlights the unique challenges students face, offers wisdom and guidance gained in his twenty years of working with students, and provides a biblical framework utilizing specific Scriptures to address each topic. Some chapter titles included are:
- Taking Time with God
- Handling Temptation
- Goal Setting
- Mind Management
- Expressing Forgiveness
- Encouraging Words
- Dealing with Lust
- Time Management
- Taming Your Tongue ... plus 11 more inspiring chapters
Wayne J. Vaughan is a resident of Brooklyn, New York. He is a member of The Concord Baptist Church of Christ and is the Chief Financial Officer of the church. He has been teaching at the Concord Sunday School for more than twenty years. He believes in trying to encourage young people to be as successful as they can be and recognizes that developing a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ is the first step on the road to success. He holds a BBA from Baruch College and an MBA from Columbia University Graduate School of Business.
The book's publisher is Xulon Press. Retailers may order "The Student Success Plan: Living and Growing Your Faith Through the College Years" through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Individuals may order the book at the www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com websites.