Whether in politics, family, education, or business, what matters most is leaving a legacy for future generations. Part of leaving a legacy is understanding where we've been, where we are now, and how both determine where we're going. Author Mike Huckabee writes, A person who has no standard to live by other than the culture of the moment is a person whose principles might as well come from the latest public opinion polls. In a time where it seems anything goes, and truth is more fluid than ever, Rare, Medium or Done Well is for anyone wondering how to make a difference in today's culture. Governor Huckabee guides readers through multiple facets of life and how to be an example that others will follow and carry forward to the future. Also includes reflection questions and discussion prompts.
ABOUT THE AWARD:
Mike Huckabee served as the governor of Arkansas from 1996-2007 and as lieutenant governor from 1993-96. Before entering politics, he was ordained as a Southern Baptist minister and worked for twelve years as a full time pastor. He recently started a political action committee, HuckPAC, to extend his grassroots movement. He lives with his wife, Janet, in North Little Rock, Arkansas; they have three grown children.
Easy read! Practical and challenging for a life to end "Well Done"
-Jeffrey L. Heindel
Mike Huckabee's latest book "Rare, Medium or Done Well" is in the range of a contemporary classic. Up to date date and most interesting, it's the book we are telling my friends is a true must read. Mike focuses on real issues that can and do affect our lives, the very foundation of our nation, as well as the world around us. A really, really good book that we hope many will read and be affected like we have been. Way to go, Governor.