XYLEM WILLOW [NOOK Book]

Overview

Xylem Willow is a collection of sturdy, agile and true Texas prose and images to feed the spirit. We will inspire you to further explore your faith, assist to overcome grief, and appreciate every moment you are given. A fun, quick read with a lingering value in peace.
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XYLEM WILLOW

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Overview

Xylem Willow is a collection of sturdy, agile and true Texas prose and images to feed the spirit. We will inspire you to further explore your faith, assist to overcome grief, and appreciate every moment you are given. A fun, quick read with a lingering value in peace.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011836251
  • Publisher: 3DJourno, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/30/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 918 KB

Meet the Author

After graduating from the University of Georgia, Bradford S. Hagstrom invested 25 years at eight different newspapers to make a difference in the modern media landscape. Most recently, he founded 3DJOURNO, LLC as a pioneer in the stereoscopic 3-D environment for brand differentiation, film and publishing. In addition, 3DJourno - Incredible Talent, Credible News member network spans 13 countries with almost 300 freelance connections in animation, 3D rendering, 3D post production, stereoscopic still and live film. Prior to launching 3DJourno, he founded Today’s Christian Man magazine, which was distributed to 40 states and nine countries. Spreading the great news about Jesus Christ is foremost on his list of priorities. In 2010, with encouragement and inspiration from his family he launched a children's series character named "Hillypilly the Missionary Filly," and published the Xylem Willow collection of prose with images from Texas
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2012

    Insightful

    Formatting is off somewhat, but the messages and photos are worth considering. I especially liked the marriage treatise To Thee I Weld. Bonded like iron, one man and one woman. And, the butterfly/little girl had me choked up a bit.

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