A Walk with the Black Moses

Sandy Stephens’ Inspiring Stories of Hope and Determination –– How You Too Can Aspire to a Legacy of Greatness

by Barbara R. Stephens Foster



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/4/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 134
ISBN : 9781532078965
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 134
ISBN : 9781532078972

About the Book

How can you discover and exploit the ways you are unique and be able to accomplish great things? “A Walk with the Black Moses: Sandy Stephens’ Inspiring Stories of Hope and Determination— How You Too Can Aspire to a Legacy of Greatness” gives insights into the background, attributes, belief system and approach to life of a legend. Sandy Stephens believed in himself and his ability to leave a legacy for others to follow. “A Walk with the Black Moses: Sandy Stephens’ Inspiring Stories of Hope and Determination— ….” reveals practical ways for readers to transform their gifts and talents into tools for success. It helps the reader recognize the faith, hope, and determination needed for Sandy to set his sights on uncharted summits and spend a lifetime in pursuit of his dreams. Sandy’s model of belief in self, hard work, and resistance to inequitable treatment fueled his legacy.

About the Author

Barbara R. Stephens Foster is the eldest daughter of the Stephens family. She is using her intimate knowledge of her brother, Sandy Stephens, to share how his life can be a beacon of hope for others. Barbara spent nearly 34 years (1965-1999) working for the University of Minnesota (U of MN) General College (GC) Office of the Dean. She holds a Bachelor of General Studies degree. She is a Lifetime Member of the Minnesota Alumni Association and a U of MN Alumni Service Award recipient. Her outstanding service awards include GC’s Alfred L. Vaughan, Jeanne T. Lupton, and Civil Service recognitions. Other University honors include the President’s Outstanding Service Award and Outstanding Civil Service Staff Award. Following retirement and until his death, Barbara worked with Sandy on his autobiography. She left employment at Osseo Area Schools in 2018 to devote fulltime to writing. Barbara is an efficient, articulate, caring, confidante devoted to her family and friends, grounded in her faith, and enthusiastic about the U of MN.