Eli : Blind Man Walking

Eli : Blind Man Walking

Description

Robes, uniforms, and discipline respected, Dr. Weagley served his country in the US Army as a Morse code operator in East Africa, the US Navy Reserve as a chaplain, and subsequently his church as a believer. He labored in several business-world settings, studied in numerous academic institutions obtaining multiple degrees, served in the non-profit service for the church as an administrator executive-president of a retirement community, CEO of a parochial school, director of a social service system-and the family served in parish ministry together. In 2007, Dr. Weagley, (an ordained minister in the Lutheran Church in America) contracted his arch foe turned guardian dark angel-Guillain-Barre Syndrome-a paralyzing virus. Mobility restricted, he turned his attention toward a lifetime desire: to write tales of truth, justice, and faith trapped in historical time-not only as a preacher but also as a witness. ELI is a historical fiction adventure (wrapped in religious motif threads) that captures Dr. Weagley's inclination toward freedom, justice, pride, and hope that plates eternal salvation. Currently in retirement, Dr. Weagley enjoys writing tales of truth shielded in historical fiction in order to communicate the wisdom and blessings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Adventure, religion, and social behavior options fill the pages of his work as he tries to build palatable messages around characters that have suffered collateral damage in life situations. Time and circumstance meet patience and faith in his works. Good and bad options bombard and abound confusing the imbalance of honor.


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Details

Author(s)
Ronald Lee Weagley
Format
Hardback | 114 pages
Dimensions
152 x 229 x 11mm | 327g
Publication date
13 Jun 2012
Publisher
AUTHORHOUSE
Publication City/Country
Bloomington, United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations
ISBN10
1468597760
ISBN13
9781468597769