A college campus is a place like no other: students and faculty, academics and athletics, success and failure, learning and loving, happiness and heartache, promises and prayers, questions and answers.
All this and more described here in the memoir of one person who as dean of the chapel lived through the highs and lows of college life for eleven years.
Dwight A. Moody is an astute observer of life and a wonderful storyteller, as demonstrated in earlier books: Heaven for a Dime and On the Other Side of Oddville. You will enjoy his compelling mix of history, humor and the human experience with a focus on his role as professor, preacher and parent on the campus of Georgetown College in Kentucky.
This collection of prayers, stories, sermons, and letters, together with his long and fascinating narrative, will take its place as an important addition to the history of Georgetown College.
Dwight A. Moody is an author (Heaven for a Dime, On the Other Side of Oddville), a college teacher, and an ordained minister. He holds the PhD degree in Christian Theology. Dr. Moody is the founder and executive director of the Academy of Preachers, a new national and ecumenical organization for young people following a vocation into gospel preaching. He is the husband of one wife, the father of three grown children, and the grandfather of one little boy named Sam.