Amazing Grace For Fathers: 75 Stories of Faith, Hope, Inspiration, and Humor

Amazing Grace For Fathers: 75 Stories of Faith, Hope, Inspiration, and Humor

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BN ID: 2940015733679
Publisher: Ascension Press
Publication date: 01/01/2006
Series: The Amazing Grace Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 296
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jeff Cavins served as a Protestant minister for twelve years before returning to the Catholic faith. His story is chronicled in his autobiography, My Life on the Rock (Ascension Press, 2001). Jeff is best-known as the founding host of the popular EWTN television program Life on the Rock and is the author of I’m Not Being Fed! (Ascension Press, 2005). With Matthew Pinto, he is the co-creator of the Amazing Grace series. He is also the creator and principal author of The Great Adventure, a popular Bible study program. Jeff and his wife, Emily, reside in Minnesota with their three daughters.
Matthew Pinto is the author of the best-selling question-and-answer book Did Adam & Eve Have Belly Buttons? (Ascension Press, 1998), co-author (with Jason Evert) of Did Jesus Have a Last Name? (Ascension Press, 2005), and co-creator of the Friendly Defenders Catholic Flash Cards series. Matt is co-founder of several Catholic organizations, including CatholicExchange.com and Envoy magazine, and the creator, with Jeff Cavins, of the Amazing Grace series. Matt and his wife, Maryanne, live in Pennsylvania with their five sons.
Mark Armstrong lives in North Dakota with his wife, Patti, and their family. After spending nearly thirty years as an awarding-winning broadcast journalist, Mark currently serves as the communications executive for Workforce Safety & Insurance. Mark and Patti speak both individually on Catholic topics and as a couple on their marriage conversion. Mark also uses a missionary image of Our Lady of Guadualupe to tell the story of St. Juan Diego and the parallels between our modern age and the Aztec culture.
Patti Maguire Armstrong is the mother of ten children, including two adopted AIDS orphans from Kenya.¿ She worked in the fields of social work and public administration before staying home full-time to raise her children. As a freelance writer, Patti has published more than 400 articles for both secular and religious publications. ¿She has authored the book Catholic Truths for Our Children (www.scepterpublishers.org) as a guide to help parents pass on the Catholic faith, and serves as co-editor of the Amazing Grace series.

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