Nicholas Kristo

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Want to read a heart-warming, enchanting tale that will be a treasured addition to any library? One that can be enjoyed all year long but especially during the Christmas season? One that is sure to become a family favorite year after year? Nicholas Kristo, by Rick Koestler, is an inspiring, fictional account of a year in the life of St. Nicholas and his mission from God. The author weaves a beautiful story with authentic details to give the reader a glimpse into the heart and motives of one of the world's most ...
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Overview

Want to read a heart-warming, enchanting tale that will be a treasured addition to any library? One that can be enjoyed all year long but especially during the Christmas season? One that is sure to become a family favorite year after year? Nicholas Kristo, by Rick Koestler, is an inspiring, fictional account of a year in the life of St. Nicholas and his mission from God. The author weaves a beautiful story with authentic details to give the reader a glimpse into the heart and motives of one of the world's most beloved figures. Nicholas Kristo takes you on a journey to northern Italy in the 1500s when a simple man is appointed by God to bring inspired gifts to the needy--gifts that impact both spiritually and physically. Good and evil are personified with insightful, inimitable character development throughout. Stoke the fire, pull the chair up close, and get comfortable--this book will keep you turning page after page. Do you believe? You will! Make this book a gift to yourself or someone you know who needs to believe today.

Rick Koestler, father of two daughters and grandfather of six, currently resides in Wayne, New Jersey. He is a computer artist, writer and minister who enjoys teaching and serving at East Seventh Baptist Church, located on Manhattan's lower east side. East Seventh is a mission church dedicated to serving the community in a host of important ways. Rick attended Northeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. While Nicholas Kristo is his first full-length novel, he has also written The Crooked Stick, Chasing Elmer Gantry and is currently working on Christian Vigilante. The author's ultimate goal is to create stories that glorify God, and bring a timely message to those who know the truth about Christ, as well as those who would be drawn to Him by His Spirit.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781598584653
  • Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2007
  • Pages: 332
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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