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Graduation Day

May 1, 2017

graduation cap and tassel

Recently, we’ve had a few orders placed by people who are giving books away as graduation gifts. I have always been someone who likes a good idea. Sort of like entrepreneurs! I love how their creative minds can think a mile a minute; and the next thing you know, they launch an amazing company!

Looking back at my graduations from middle school, high school, and college, I remember getting some nice cards and some nice checks, but interestingly, nothing else really stands out to me. So I started thinking that these people want to give graduates something lifelong, something eternal, something that can affect their lives and the lives of those they come in contact with throughout their journey of life.


One Thing You Can’t Do in Heaven is a perfect book to keep encouraging and challenging those young ones to be bold for the Lord and to never ashamed of the gospel.


One Heartbeat Away is the most popular book that people give to graduates. They want them to know what they believe and be able to articulate those beliefs well.


Reunion is the story of four high school friends who make a commitment after they graduate to attend all of their high school reunions. So we take them through the journey of this life and then into eternity. Who will keep their faith? Who will search for truth? Will any of them make a fateful, eternal error during the one life that God has given them? Many people have liked the storyline, the apologetics, the twists along the way, and especially the final Reunion at the end.


It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of ceremonies and parties during graduation time, but God has in mind the building up of the graduate’s character. He wants to equip them with truth to be soul winners, to be able to weather life’s storms, and He wants to bless them in the freedom of living for Christ.

So whether you pick up something from our ministry or order materials from another biblically-solid ministry, putting something eternal in the hands of graduates can last a lifetime and an eternal lifetime as well!

Great idea, and many thanks to the folks who passed this idea along to me!

Until the Nets are Full,