A Frost Pocket of Goodness

A Frost Pocket of Goodness

by Jennifer Wixson

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A Frost Pocket of Goodness by Jennifer Wixson

An unorthodox and irreverent pastoral message delivered to the unpretentious First Universalist Church of West Paris (Maine) April 1, 2012 by itinerant Quaker minister Jennifer Wixson. Like much of Wixson's writings, the sermon casts a twisted theological slant on modern day issues with roots set deep in Maine history and nature.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014700306
Publisher: White Wave
Publication date: 04/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 22 KB

About the Author

Writer, farmer, itinerant Quaker minister, Jennifer Wixson holds a Master's of Divinity from Bangor Theological Seminary. She lives in Troy, Maine where she and her husband raise Scottish Highland cattle. Wixson tweets about her daily life on the farm @ChickenJen.

Wixson's new novel, "Hens and Chickens" (the 1st in The Sovereign Series) was published Aug. 5, 2012 by White Wave.

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