Author Mark Amacher will host his blog tour forÂ The Savior’s Symbols: Seven Affirmations fromt he Life of the MasterÂ from March 10th to the 30th. Â Often we are taught familiar stories from the life of the Master without fully exploring the profoundly beneficial insights of his symbolic imagery. It was Heavenly Father who directed his Son to teach us his chosen symbols with an invitation to ponder their significance.
If you are interested in joining the blog tour, please leave a comment with the date you’d like to post or contact me viaÂ email.
Here is a brief description of the book:
The Saviorâ€™s Symbols examines the context and significance of the symbols the Lord used in his teachings. Author Mark A. Amacher outlines each teaching opportunity, describes the characters, and helps you understand to whom these symbolic messages were directed. Â This insightful book invites you ponder anew the life, ministry, and sacred mission of Jesus Christ.
Meet the Author:
Mark A. Amacher was raised in a military family, moving frequently from one duty station to another. His family eventually settled in Bountiful, Utah, during the Vietnam War. After serving as a Mormon missionary, Mark married Patti Allen in Salt Lake City while completing his university education. During a successful business career with General Electric, American International Group and QBE of Australia, Mark and Patti moved and traveled frequently. During these years, Mark Amacher was either starting or managing businesses from Asia to the Middle East. Mark served in the Greensboro, North Carolina, Stake Presidency from 1996â€“2010, where he watched his three sons leave to serve missions in Oregon, California, and Louisiana. Mark retired in 2011 but still advises and invests in different businesses. The Amachers currently serve as Church Service Missionaries and Temple workers and reside in North Carolina. They just welcomed their first Grandchild, Audrey, to the family. Â To learn more about the author, visit Mark’s website here:Â thesaviorssymbols.com.
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