Terry R. Tuley and his wife Jill reside in Chattanooga, TN. He has an Mdiv. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY. They have three children and two grand children. Terry is a published author and freelance writer. His book Battlefields and Blessings; Stories of Faith and courage from the Civil War, (AMG Publishers, Chattanooga, TN), was nominated for the Golden Medallion Award in 2006. Terry's book was favorably reviewed by the Washington Post. He was interviewed on the Nationally Syndicated radio program, Janet Parshall's America, and a Moody Radio Civil War narrative series. Terry's book has become a hit with the American Military is recommended reading at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Terry's first book was so successful, he is presently working with AMG Publishers contracting for another book in 2013.
The new generation of young adults in this country needs to rediscover the joys of being and having good neighbors in their communities. Terry R. Tuley gives 6 easy ways that one can be a good neighbor and have good neighbors through some simple and practical means.
The evil monstrous deeds of the Sandy Hook killer shocked the world when he opened fire on innocent children and adults.
Since that sad event, People have been plagued with theological questions that have left them depressed and feeling helpless.
Terry R. Tuley, MDiv.,tackles the tough questions of good and evil and encourages the reader there is a way out of depression and fatalistic thinking.
Published: December 24, 2012.
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People everywhere are out of work and looking for good paying jobs. How can one gain the advantage in the job search market? It begins with tweaking your approach in the application process. Terry Tuley gives 4 easy plans of action for landing a good job with benefits.
The tragic and senseless killings at the Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut reminds us that we all need to be prepared to help victims who are in crisis. How do you really help people who are dealing with the tragic loss of a loved one? Chaplain Terry Tuley discusses some practical ways to truly to help victims of crisis begin to heal.
In 2006 I reached a crisis in ministry. I was suffering "burn out" from years of serving others and feeling like a failure. Every church member ought to read Terry's story on how churches can better care for their pastors. Evangelical pastors are bleeding from wounds untreated through years of hard knocks in the ministry. Terry gives eight suggestion for taking better care of your pastor.
Ever wonder where real mistletoe is located? In this essay you will learn how to identify and find mistletoe. Terry Tuley informs the reader on the necessary tools to take and how to make mistletoe hunting a fun family holiday event.