A young minister, receiving his first parish in a rural town in New England, struggles to reconcile his inner callings with the expectations of his new community. Every Day is Sunday looks into the tribulations of everyday people and those charged to help them. Discerning and perceptive, this book is an exploration of the hope and anguish of a clergyman with his first church.
|Publisher:||Galde Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.32(w) x 7.92(h) x 0.56(d)|
About the Author
Bruce Ferguson was educated as a chemist, but soon became a technical editor. He spent most of his working life as an editor for Eastman Kodak Co. He retired early, earned a Master of Divinity degree, and in 1984, as an ordained minister, served a small parish in New York state. He remained at that post for five years, gaining the experience as a care-giver that is reflected in this novel. He now devotes himself mainly to creative writing and in addition to Every Day Is Sunday, has had several short stories published in journals and anthologies.