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Chips to Dust



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Chips to Dust by Keith Klempin
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A trying story about the glamour of worldly power versus divinely inspired inner peace creating a battlefield within Albert's soul. Albert grows into manhood being from a humble family that has to overcome world prejudices against his family. He unconsciously uses those ill feelings to fuel his drive to obtain the power to make changes, he thinks will benefit mankind. Albert's ambitious and charismatic personality propels his career in an unprecedented manner, one that can be the envy of all aspiring young executives. However, Albert's talents given to him to spend wisely while on earth could be taken from him if he fails to repent. He must choose between worldly glamour and riches or seek God's inner peace. Keith was born March 1, 1960, in Austin, Texas. He lived in Maryland during his elementary school years, and then moved to Texas in 1972. He graduated from Nimitz High School in Irving, Texas, in 1978. After high school Keith left Texas for the U.S. Navy, and served in the submarine community until 1987. He was selected in the Navy's Officer Candidate program, and received his BS in Electrical Engineering Technology and his Navy Commission in 1990 from Old Dominion University. Keith retired from the Navy in 1994, and was hired by Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding where he is currently employed. Keith received his Masters Degree in Information Systems from Strayer University in 2006. Keith lives in Virginia with his wife Rosemary, and their three sons, James, Ryan and Shawn.
Release date NZ
February 14th, 2009
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
Xulon Press
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