Dr. Roger Stichter, Grace College professor, and Knute Larson, a Grace college alumnus, will sign copies of their new books during a reception in the Bill and Ella Male Hospitality Suite of the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center, 200 Seminary Dr., Winona Lake, Ind., 46590, on Friday, October 4, 2019.
The event begins at 3 p.m. and will conclude at 4:30 p.m. At 3:30 p.m. there will be a brief program, when each author will talk about his respective book and answer questions.
In his highly anticipated book, The Principle of Maximums, Dr. Roger Stichter explains guidelines he shares with students in his classes. He has taught at Grace for 21 years and has received the Indiana Outstanding Educator Award by the Indiana CPA Society and the Alva J. McClain Excellence in Teaching award from Grace College.
First released more than 30 years ago, this new, updated edition of The Great Human Race includes study questions and additional resources to help the reader find courage one step at a time — toward the right finish. As a pastor for 43 years and a church coach for eight, Larson understands the many choices and mistakes that go into training for, then running, a marathon of either kind.
Both books were released earlier this summer.
Come join the festivities, this event is open to the public. Books will be available for purchase at the event or order online at bmhbooks.com.
The reception is co-sponsored by BMH Books and the alumni office at Grace College and Theological Seminary.
Roger Stichter has taught accounting and other business classes at Grace College for more than two decades. While this gives him a unique perspective on building practical money principles, the highly respected professor also draws lessons for his work in the corporate world. He served as the corporate controller for Miller’s Merry Manor and as the chief financial officer for White’s Residential and Family Services. He and his wife of 35 years, Jane, have seven children, some who are still at home, and they live in Winona Lake, Indiana.
Knute Larson runs in his everyday life, but he also knows the significance of the marathon of life. As a pastor for 43 years and a church coach for eight, he understands the many choices and mistakes that go into training for, then running, a marathon of either kind. He lives by the sand dunes in southwest Michigan with his wife of 56 years, Jeanine, near their two married daughters.
BMH Books, Winona Lake, Ind., is the publishing arm of the Brethren Missionary Herald Company, the media company of the Charis Fellowship, a family of congregations in North America that is committed to biblical truth. Founded in 1940, BMH Books is a thriving publishing company, focused on encouraging thoughtful conversation through its high-quality books and resources.