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Ashes on the Wind (Lifeskills for Men)
Ashes on the Wind - Lifeskills for Men
Author: John Fischer
ISBN-13: 9781556616785
ISBN-10: 1556616783
Publication Date: 6/1998
Pages: 254

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Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Mixture of adventure, mystery, and humor.
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They gathered together in the solemn act of scattering the remains of Betty Dunnwife, mother, and grandmother. For each person in attendance it brought about a rite of passage. For Bobbi, it was an acknowledgment that her mother's death severed the link to her heritage. She yearned to give her mother a place to rest, a place that gave her rootsa home.

Sam, on the other hand, saw this act as his final obligation to his second wife. He had made true to his promises and now had a new lease on life. Or so he thought.

By strange design, a unique cast of characters becomes absorbed in a bizarre journey. A mix-up at the funeral home sends Sam and Bobbi on a trail that leads them to J.W. Dean, snake-handling traveling evangelist. The future hinges on this man whose faith and passion grates at Sam's stony facade and strikes a chord of sincerity in Bobbi.

In a stunning tapestry of adventure, mystery, and humor, Ashes On the Wind brings about the realization that God's presence is a very real, very tangible element in the place we call home.