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Ignatius Fernandez

Ignatius Fernandez has a Masters in Chemistry and Business Management. For 13 years he has been a Professor of Management Studies for MBA students and Corporate Trainer for Senior Managers. Before that, Senior Manager for over 30 years(General Manager, Director, Chief Executive). Ignatius is married to Mabel for 40 years.  He is the father of 4 grown sons; all MBAs and Senior Managers in industry. He reads Spiritual and Self-Development books and listens to Western Classical music and popular Country music.

Blog:  http://thechildisfatheroftheman.blogspot.com/

Contact Information: ignatiusfernandez@yahoo.co.uk

It Is the Sign that Counts - Positive or negative, it is the sign that counts. Our attitudes count. They define who we are.

He Died For Us - That Jesus died for us no more impacts us.It is time we visited the scene 2000 years ago.

Children of Quality: Children Are God's Apostles - Earthly parents want their children to be of quality. How much more would God, our heavenly father, expect that of us?

The Best Things in Life are Free - Common things, vital to life, we take for granted, because they are free. It is time we changed that.

A Crusade for Healing - Hurts need healing. We can accomplish a little by taking the first step towards the person in pain.

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