On the Wings of the Wind

On the Wings of the Wind

by Patricia Eytcheson Taylor
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On the Wings of the Wind by Patricia Eytcheson Taylor, James C. Taylor, Aundrea Hernandez

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.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013367869
Publisher: Catch-A-Winner Publishing
Publication date: 09/12/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 405 KB

About 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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On the Wings of the Wind: A Journey to Faith 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ashsky padded in rhe den and went into his nest
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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