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by J. Spencer Kinard

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J. Spencer Kinard
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The Worth of a Smile book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Worth of a Smile: Spoken Words for Daily Living. by. J. Spencer Kinard.

Kinard, J. Spencer, 1940-. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Sermons, American. The worth of a smile - Where life matters most - The innocence of children - Peace begins with each of us - The memories of friendship - The miracle of nature - In the churches of America - "Come, follow me" - The power that moves to action - The promise of the. future - The development of character - To know yourself - Qualities of leadership - Success requires persistence and perseverance - Worry : the great American disease - "Sweet is the work" - "Look to this day".

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lives of those individuals who have played principal roles in its production. It is easy to listen to and has a comforting message.

Only 20 left in stock (more on the way). This volume commemorates those seventy-five years of broadcast excellence and recounts the history of the program and the lives of those individuals who have played principal roles in its production.

Spencer Kinard is an American radio and television personality He was a reporter for KSL television when he was invited to replace Richard L. Evans as voice of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Kinard had previously worked for CBS in New York. He spent 18 years as the voice of the choir. Kinard attended the University of Utah, graduating with a bachelor's degree in 1966. He went to work for CBS News in New York, where he also completed a CBS News fellowship at Columbia University

1976, The Worth of a Smile: Spoken Words for Daily Living by J. Spencer Kinard, Section: Preface, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

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Its posture spoke proudly of a wildness and freedom that no one had ever even dared to take control o. Unluckily for him, though, his right foot landed smack-dab in the middle of a twig. The creature quickly bolted into an upright position and growled, staring at the youth.

Its posture spoke proudly of a wildness and freedom that no one had ever even dared to take control of. The giant bird let out a shriek so loud it would have instantly perforated a mortal’s eardrums and unexpectedly lunged straight at Linus, claws stretched open and ready to kill. Linus tumbled into a somersault underneath the creature and began his battle strategy. Immediately, Linus sprang to his feet and raised a huge log off of the banks along the pools around them.

"The Spoken Word" has generated great enthusiasm as listeners continually request copies of these weekly messages. Now, in this one handy volume, J. Spencer Kinard has especially chosen his most popular "Spoken Words" - each a short, practical inspirational message to help us find happiness in our daily lives. The book includes ropics that touch each of us - such as peace, friendship, faith, family, nature, etc. - and is organized into 17 chapters that deal with such subjects.