A Collection of Stories by a Beloved Author
Considered the "Paul Harvey" of Christian writers, Gene Edwards is one of America's most beloved authors. He is also a master storyteller. He believes that like good parables, great stories can deliver dual delights of pure entertainment and the privilege of experiencing the Holy Spirit speaking to your own heart. From the author's transformative experience with Helen Keller at the Garden Tomb, to a "modern-day" sailor who gets swallowed by a whale and lives to tell the tale, to the little-known mystery surrounding Da Vinci's Last Supper masterpiece, Edwards offers this carefully selected collection of stories that will make you laugh and cry, will shock and surprise you, but most of all will draw you into the fascinating world of well-told stories about people whose stories are still worth the telling.