AUTHOR: Jerry Blevins

Jerry Blevins has a B.A degree from Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana and a Master’s Degree from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. He has worked with students at Ball State University, Purdue University, Huntington, Indiana College and Northern Illinois University. As an Adjunct Professor at North Central Michigan College, he taught in the departments of World Religion, Philosophy and American History. Mr. Blevins has been married to Sue for nearly thirty years. They have five children and seven grandchildren. He makes his home in Michigan where he enjoys watching all kinds of sporting events and playing golf.


The Whole Life: Healthy Human Living

The Whole Life describes the four relationships we have in human living ---- God, Self, Others and Nature. The book stresses the interrelationship of all four areas. We cannot have a relationship in any one of the areas without involving the other three as well. Since living a whole life includes confronting life in many ways, the book deals with the difference between constructive anxiety and destructive anxiety, the five characteristics of a good worker, dealing with stress, the meaning of peace, before and after the wedding, making and enjoying friendships, as well as dealing with many other contexts and decisions that we face daily.