AND THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS . . .
I saw a Korean woman walking along the road carrying a bundle of sticks on her back. I thought to myself, -Life is like that.- We all carry around bundles of stories starting from our childhoods and going through the rest of our lives. Some of the stories we have forgotten and others we will never forget. Some of these stories have influenced our lives. Others have had little effect on us.
In this book I have pulled from my bundle of stories to share fifty-two of them with an added moral for each one. I have heard many people who would stand and tell their stories, hoping it would help someone else along life's journey. I hope you will find these stories interesting and the moral of each one helpful.
Carl Hart has served as chaplain, pastor, teacher and administrator. He served as the first Director of Chaplaincy for the Department of Corrections in the state of Tennessee. For sixteen years he was on the staff of the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, serving the last nine of those years as Director of the Division. He then served as Director of the Chaplaincy Department for Allied Systems, Ltd. His work through the years has taken him and his wife to many parts of the world. He holds a Master of Divinity Degree from Southeastern Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Divinity Degree from Union University.