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Ashes on the Wind

John Fischer

Ashes on the Wind

John Fischer

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The delightful, humorous story of a couple who must come to terms with an introverted, gruff stepfather, who doesn't fit but is nonetheless a part of their lives.

- Publisher After scattering the ashes of his wife Betty Dunn, Sam and his daughter Bobbi find themselves on a bizarre journey that leads them to the snake-handling traveling evangelist J. W. Dean.

- Publisher 256 Pages

- Publisher They gathered together in the solemn act of scattering the remains of Betty Dunn-wife, mother, and grandmother. For each person in attendance it brought about a rite of passage. For Bobbi, it was an acknowledgment that her mother's death severed the link to her heritage. She yearned to give her mother a place to rest, a place that gave her roots-a home.^^Sam, on the other hand, saw this act as his final obligation to his second wife. He had made true to his promises and now had a new lease on life. Or so he thought.^^By strange design, a unique cast of characters becomes absorbed in a bizarre journey. A mix-up at the funeral home sends Sam and Bobbi on a trail that leads them to J.W. Dean, snake-handling traveling evangelist. The future hinges on this man whose faith and passion grates at Sam's stony facade and strikes a chord of sincerity in Bobbi.^In a stunning tapestry of adventure, mystery, and humor, Ashes On the Wind brings about the realization that God's presence is a very real, very tangible element in the place we call home.

- Publisher

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About "Ashes on the Wind"

The delightful, humorous story of a couple who must come to terms with an introverted, gruff stepfather, who doesn't fit but is nonetheless a part of their lives.
- Publisher

After scattering the ashes of his wife Betty Dunn, Sam and his daughter Bobbi find themselves on a bizarre journey that leads them to the snake-handling traveling evangelist J. W. Dean.
- Publisher

256 Pages
- Publisher

They gathered together in the solemn act of scattering the remains of Betty Dunn-wife, mother, and grandmother. For each person in attendance it brought about a rite of passage. For Bobbi, it was an acknowledgment that her mother's death severed the link to her heritage. She yearned to give her mother a place to rest, a place that gave her roots-a home.^^Sam, on the other hand, saw this act as his final obligation to his second wife. He had made true to his promises and now had a new lease on life. Or so he thought.^^By strange design, a unique cast of characters becomes absorbed in a bizarre journey. A mix-up at the funeral home sends Sam and Bobbi on a trail that leads them to J.W. Dean, snake-handling traveling evangelist. The future hinges on this man whose faith and passion grates at Sam's stony facade and strikes a chord of sincerity in Bobbi.^In a stunning tapestry of adventure, mystery, and humor, Ashes On the Wind brings about the realization that God's presence is a very real, very tangible element in the place we call home.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

John Fischer

John Fischer has been mixing his unique combination of singing, speaking, and humor for a variety of audiences for over thirty years. His multifaceted talents of song writing, speaking, singing, and writing reflect the many avenues by which John carries on a spiritual dialogue with real life and real people. ýJohn's books present a thought-provoking challenge to the Christian Church today, encouraging believers to pull the true essence of their faith from the trappings of the contemporary Christian subculture. John's debut into fiction, Saint Ben, received a Silver Angel award for fiction. <<br>

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  • Catalogue Code 126103
  • Product Code 1556616783
  • EAN 9781556616785
  • Pages 256
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bethany House Publishers
  • Publication Date May 1998
  • Dimensions 211 x 140 x 17 mm
  • Weight 0.201kg

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