Never Stick Your Tongue Out at Mama by Max Davis
And Other Life Transforming Revelations

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Max Davis has seen the dark side of life. When he was at his personal worst(unemployed, in enormous debt, divorced and uninvolved with his children, he contemplated suicide. Instead, he systematically rebuilt his life from the bottom up. What he learned along the way is encapsulated in these heartfelt, insightful, and simple essays. Everything from respect for others (the chapter Never Stick Your Tongue Out at Mama) to personal responsibility (Even Toddlers Do It) to facing your fears (Monsters Under the Bed), Max Davis latches onto emotions everyone can relate to and to life issues we all struggle with.

Max Davis is a gifted communicator with an easy, funny, and spiritual tone. He never presents himself as knowing all the answers, but he's faced life's toughest hurdles and jumped over them rather than running in the other direction. He's created a soul-satisfying read from his personal trials, a book anyone could benefit from.

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Max Davis holds degrees Journalism and Theology. He is the author of sixteen books and has been featured on "The" "Today Show", "USA Today, "and" The 700 Club. "In addition to his own works, Max has done numerous collaboration and ghostwriting projects. He is also a sought after speaker and media personality. Visit him at
Published June 1, 1996 by Southern Pub Group. 176 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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Former pastor of the Open Bible Fellowship, Davis, now a public speaker and writer, begins this previously self-published collection with an essay on how corporal punishment administered by his parents helped develop his character.

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