Overview

On the Wings of the Wind is a profound love story of entering each new phase of the life guided by God. It is the story of the longtime love of spouse and family; the heartbreak of loss; and a new love that binds two people together as they embrace each day with enthusiasm, a sense of mission, and, foremost and central, the all-encompassing presence of the living God. The book offers a spiritual road map to readers who seek intimacy with the Lord and a compass for their life’s journey. On the Wings of the Wind ...
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On the Wings of the Wind

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Overview

On the Wings of the Wind is a profound love story of entering each new phase of the life guided by God. It is the story of the longtime love of spouse and family; the heartbreak of loss; and a new love that binds two people together as they embrace each day with enthusiasm, a sense of mission, and, foremost and central, the all-encompassing presence of the living God. The book offers a spiritual road map to readers who seek intimacy with the Lord and a compass for their life’s journey. On the Wings of the Wind speaks to adults and teens, reminding them that God is always with them, whatever their age.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013367869
  • Publisher: Catch-A-Winner Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,347,162
  • File size: 396 KB

Meet the Author

Patricia and Chaplain James C. Taylor live in San Antonio, Texas. They share in a ministry through their gifts of compassion, visitation, and speaking. Patricia Eytcheson Taylor is a wife and grandmother and has published four children's books including the very popular series "Catch a Winner." Coauthor, the Reverend James C. Taylor, Th.D, has been a Lutheran Pastor and Military Chaplain for over 40 years. He recently retired from the United States Army Chaplain Corps.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2012

    Ashsky

    Ashsky padded in rhe den and went into his nest

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    Elders Den

    A small cluster of ferns and brambles are tucked into the back corner of the camp. Mosses grow on the whole ground, so nests arent needed. A this form a safe, cozy den. "This can be the elders den." Froststorm says.
    -Froststorm

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