Item description for Never Lick a Moving Blender! by Marvin Phillips & Kristen A. Myers...
Overview Marvin Phillips opens our eyes to the humorous side of life with his practical insights and extraordinary wisdom. This book causes you to look up, not down, to smile, not frown, to fly, not die, and above all else, to trust in the God who strengthens us for the task of living.
Publishers Description Some humor simply makes you laugh, some makes you think, and some may even motivate you to live differently. Marvin Phillips uses his endearing wit and well-known wisdom to deliver a book that does all that and more. Phillips' humorous look at life will encourage you in your faith and lift you above your daily struggles. This fully illustrated book is fun reading with a healthy infusion of optimism and hope.
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Studio: Howard Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.97" Width: 6.01" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.78 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1996
Publisher Howard Books
ISBN 1878990586 ISBN13 9781878990587
Availability 0 units.
More About Marvin Phillips & Kristen A. Myers
Marvin Phillips is a member of the National Speakers Association and has appeared on the platform with Paul Harvey, Zig Ziglar, the late Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, and many others. He hosts the weekly TV program "Peak of the Week" from Tulsa, Oklahoma, which is seen in several Midwestern states and is the author of "Never Lick a Frozen Flagpole!", and "Never Lick a Moving Blender!" Marvin and his wife, Dot, have three grown children -- Alan, Mark, and Tammy -- and eight fantastic grandchildren.
Marvin Phillips currently resides in Tulsa, in the state of Oklahoma. Marvin Phillips was born in 1931.
Reviews - What do customers think about Never Lick a Moving Blender!?
Great book! A must read for anyone! Aug 13, 2003
This book was a great inspiration to me. Not only did it include Biblical interpretations of its many lesson, but I did so in a very simplistic way. I just love the catchy sayings that go with every chapter, such as "Never lick a moving blender," and "Don't wrestle with a pig in the mud...." This book was and still is a great tool for my daily life and I come back to it many times over for inspiration and for teaching!
Yeah, it was funny, but... Jan 26, 1999
...I didn't think the middle section, with the photospreads of survivors of kitchen accidents was in good taste. I was eating while I leafed through it, and almost got sick! Sliced off fingers, stab wounds, bruises, compound fractures, and so much blood - was that all really necessary?