Charlie Liebert's Introduction

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Charlie Liebert's Introduction

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Charlie Liebert retired from a 33-year career in the Chemical industry in 1994 to take up speaking, teaching and writing. He’s conducted over 100 workshops and seminars for children and adults about Science and Christian Apologetics. From 1997 -1999 Charlie spoke and taught for the ministry "Answers in Genesis.” Starting in 1998, for ten years, he produced a one-hour, weekly TV show in Greensboro NC from his seminars called "Creation Foundation Explanation”. From 2004 until 2020 he taught business subjects at Davidson County Community College in both the traditional classroom and on-line. He was a charter member of Carolina Christian Toastmasters founded in Greensboro, NC, in 2013. For 2017-2018 he was President of Susquehanna Ice Breakers Toastmasters in Enola, Pennsylvania. In Toastmasters he is a Competent Communicator, Bronze. At age 70, in 2012 he began a writing career. By 2020 he’d published 12 paperback books and has 15 eBooks on Amazon Kindle. Charlie and his wife Terry live in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, have a son, Keith, a daughter, Melanie and eight grandchildren.

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