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Cajun Grace: Stories of George Reno, Fisherman Preacher

Martin, Delphine

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ISBN 10: 1496026934 / ISBN 13: 9781496026934
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Título: Cajun Grace: Stories of George Reno, ...

Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

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George Reno has been many things in his time: a prankster, trapper, hunter, fisherman, builder of boats, lover of wildlife, minister, father, and husband. But perhaps he is at his best as a teller of stories over cups of coffee. Cajun Grace tells George's story in his own words, beginning with his early years on Pass Manchac in southeast Louisiana where he lived five miles by boat from the nearest road. In this watery cocoon protected from the outside world, George was schooled in the arts of living off the land and learned to read from his mother using a Sears & Roebuck catalog. It was a quiet but lively existence where nature sustained everyday life and God was a distant notion. But when an itinerant Mennonite evangelist visited a nearby community, it started a ripple effect of faith that would reach into George's world and open him to God and a life of pastoral ministry in the Cajun south. George's remarkable life of faith is told here as it was lived, through stories of alligators and fishing ventures, boat-building and hurricanes. Shared with humor and honesty, these are the stories that schooled him in grace.

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Delphine Martin is a freelance writer and editor, and is employed at the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Delphine holds a BA in English from Millersville (PA) University and is currently completing an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She anticipates bringing her love of memoir and story into counseling and helping her future clients find meaning in their personal narratives.

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