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Art Edwards has bounced around in his adult life. He worked in an amusement park where he was a beauty queen, engineer, train robber, and undertaker. He served on special assignment as a United Methodist minister in The Purple Dragon Coffee House and a State Park and Day Camp ministry in Washington's Okanogan Valley. He worked as a more or less regular minister in New Jersey, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. After losing his voice, he went to work at various incarnations of AT&T and its progeny as a technical writer at Bell Labs, speech writer for assorted CEOs, COO at the AT&T Foundation, and Playing Coach for an in-house PR agency. His "retirement" life has included travel to 38 countries and time with four grand kids. He and his wife Joyce now live in Decatur, Georgia.
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The Story of Wiznik, Sunny, and...
by Art Edwards

Overview


This is an imaginative new Christmas story that the entire family will love. As the story begins, God is trying to figure out how to send a bit of heaven to Earth by convincing one of his two child spirits to leave heaven and make a new home on a dusty and out-of-the-way corner of a chaotic planet. The spirits visit a shepherd boy grieving over an injured lamb and a distraught Queen, before deciding to exit Earth for good. Then, "it" happens, and Love comes down at Christmas. This is a meaningful and powerful story that your family will enjoy for the years to come.
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This is an imaginative new Christmas story that the entire family will love. The story begins with God in His heaven and not much right with a world where people are enslaved by pirates, politicians, and plagues. God figures out the only way to bridge this gap is by doing something radical. And so, two child spirits go with God to visit Earth. There's Wiznik -- who knows almost as much as God and there's Sunny -- who raises empathy to an art form. Their whirlwind visit to a shepherd boy and a despondent Queen raise more questions and arguments than answers. The child spirits are about to hightail it out of Palestine when an accident generates a solution making it possible for Love to come down at Christmas. This story will grow and change with your family as new layers of meaning reveal themselves through the lens of your life experiences. If you'd like to begin a new Christmas tradition, you might start here.
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Overview


This is an imaginative new Christmas story that the entire family will love. As the story begins, God is trying to figure out how to send a bit of heaven to Earth by convincing one of his two child spirits to leave heaven and make a new home on a dusty and out-of-the-way corner of a chaotic planet. The spirits visit a shepherd boy grieving over an injured lamb and a distraught Queen, before deciding to exit Earth for good. Then, "it" happens, and Love comes down at Christmas. This is a meaningful and powerful story that your family will enjoy for the years to come.

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This is an imaginative new Christmas story that the entire family will love. The story begins with God in His heaven and not much right with a world where people are enslaved by pirates, politicians, and plagues. God figures out the only way to bridge this gap is by doing something radical. And so, two child spirits go with God to visit Earth. There's Wiznik -- who knows almost as much as God and there's Sunny -- who raises empathy to an art form. Their whirlwind visit to a shepherd boy and a despondent Queen raise more questions and arguments than answers. The child spirits are about to hightail it out of Palestine when an accident generates a solution making it possible for Love to come down at Christmas. This story will grow and change with your family as new layers of meaning reveal themselves through the lens of your life experiences. If you'd like to begin a new Christmas tradition, you might start here.

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Genre:RELIGION

Subgenre:Christianity / Literature & the Arts

Language:English

Pages:24

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781098356972


Overview


This is an imaginative new Christmas story that the entire family will love. As the story begins, God is trying to figure out how to send a bit of heaven to Earth by convincing one of his two child spirits to leave heaven and make a new home on a dusty and out-of-the-way corner of a chaotic planet. The spirits visit a shepherd boy grieving over an injured lamb and a distraught Queen, before deciding to exit Earth for good. Then, "it" happens, and Love comes down at Christmas. This is a meaningful and powerful story that your family will enjoy for the years to come.

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Description


This is an imaginative new Christmas story that the entire family will love. The story begins with God in His heaven and not much right with a world where people are enslaved by pirates, politicians, and plagues. God figures out the only way to bridge this gap is by doing something radical. And so, two child spirits go with God to visit Earth. There's Wiznik -- who knows almost as much as God and there's Sunny -- who raises empathy to an art form. Their whirlwind visit to a shepherd boy and a despondent Queen raise more questions and arguments than answers. The child spirits are about to hightail it out of Palestine when an accident generates a solution making it possible for Love to come down at Christmas. This story will grow and change with your family as new layers of meaning reveal themselves through the lens of your life experiences. If you'd like to begin a new Christmas tradition, you might start here.

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About the author


Art Edwards has bounced around in his adult life. He worked in an amusement park where he was a beauty queen, engineer, train robber, and undertaker. He served on special assignment as a United Methodist minister in The Purple Dragon Coffee House and a State Park and Day Camp ministry in Washington's Okanogan Valley. He worked as a more or less regular minister in New Jersey, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. After losing his voice, he went to work at various incarnations of AT&T and its progeny as a technical writer at Bell Labs, speech writer for assorted CEOs, COO at the AT&T Foundation, and Playing Coach for an in-house PR agency. His "retirement" life has included travel to 38 countries and time with four grand kids. He and his wife Joyce now live in Decatur, Georgia.

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