Front Porch Tales

Front Porch Tales

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by Phil Gulley, Philip Gulley
     
 

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Filled with warm, inspirational stories that illustrate the kind of values Christians want to pass to future generations, Front Porch Tales is the perfect book for family reading times. Family members of all ages will be deeply touched by these stories designed to lift their spirits and help them gain perspective on what is really important in life. Stories can be

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Filled with warm, inspirational stories that illustrate the kind of values Christians want to pass to future generations, Front Porch Tales is the perfect book for family reading times. Family members of all ages will be deeply touched by these stories designed to lift their spirits and help them gain perspective on what is really important in life. Stories can be slowly savored one at a time, or the entire book can be read in one sitting. Either way, readers will be encouraged as each tale wraps its way around their hearts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780641698460
Publisher:
The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/14/1997
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
5.46(w) x 7.24(h) x 0.77(d)

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Front Porch Tales: Warm Hearted Stories of Family, Faith, Laughter and Love 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bought the book a year ago from Avon and didn't get around to reading it until last night. Read the whole thing through at once! Couldn't put it down! I'm from Southern Indiana and just happens 'Ruby and the Rain Crow' was my daughter's neighbor for years. In fact, I've even been in her front room visiting. A wonderful Christian woman, through and through! The whole book felt like Philip was talking about my favorite people, or warm, old relatives. I was raised by grandparents and the language and references felt so familiar and heart-tugging. Loved the way he wove the people and old values into little-country-church-beliefs I was raised with; just plain 'down-home feelings' arose again. Couldn't wait to call my kids and Hoosier relatives about it this morning and am trying to get more copies of the book now to send them. Really regret not getting around to reading this sooner!!! The common sense shared is almost non-existant today. Makes me want to go back and swing high in Old Saul & Emma's front porch swing, kick up my heels, and float with eyes shut, drowning in the aroma of their pink climbing tearose bush, while carressing my hollyhock dolls. Man, what a book!