A Storytellers Anthology



A Storytellers Anthology Reading A Storytellers Anthology Douglas Feavel Nature Explore.eu A Captivating Combination Of Epic Tales, Heroic Character Profiles, And Timeless Parables, This Inspiring Anthology Is Filled With Unforgettable People Who Challenged And Changed Their World In Remarkable And Admirable Ways You Ll Be Introduced To Personalities Who Are Living And Historical, Familiar And Unknown, Domestic And Foreign Prepare To Meet Pilots, Farmers, Missionaries, Engineers, Martyrs, Businessmen, Pioneers, Presidents, Soldiers, Writers, And Scientists Whose Shared Motivations Become A Part Of Us And Our Heritage Together They Answer The Pertinent Questions Of Our Time What Makes A Genuine Hero Why Is A Hero S Life Worth Understanding How Does A Hero Personify Favorable Character Each Story Will Find Its Special Place In Head And Heart Dwelling There To Influence The Critical Choices Ahead Of Us From Preface To Epilogue, Each Page Advocates Making A Positive Impact On Others And Mastering The Days We Are Given Readers Depart With An Abiding Conviction Of The Real Difference One Committed Life Will Make No Matter Our Past Or Where We Find Ourselves Today, We Will Be Inspired To Finish Well Good Lives Make A Good Book And Douglas Feavel Knows It These Are The Tales He Tells With Zest These Are The Tales You Will Long Treasure Search, But You Ll Not Find Another Like This One Enjoy The Dynamic Portraits Then Share Them In Family, Church, Workplace, Ministry And Educational Settings, Because That S How They Began, And That S Why They Were Written About The Author Douglas Feavel Retired After Thirty Seven Years In Technology Marketing And Management Positions He Obtained A Bachelor S Degree In Political Science From The University Of Wisconsin Oshkosh And A Master S Degree In Christian Education From Bethany Divinity College He And His Wife, Barbara, Have Been Married For Nearly Fifty Years Appleton, Wisconsin Is Their Hometown, But Vincennes, Indiana Is Their Current Base They Volunteer At Non Profits In Teaching, Outreach, And Ministry Roles Domestically And Abroad When Not With Their Children And Grandchildren.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 52 pages
  • A Storytellers Anthology
  • Douglas Feavel
  • English
  • 26 September 2018

13 thoughts on “A Storytellers Anthology

  1. Nathan Albright says:

    Note This book has been provided free of charge by Aneko Press in exchange for an honest review In the lengthy introductory material to this collection of sometimes familiar tales, the author states that in the contemporary climate of political correctness, which the author bends to at least slightly in many of these stories by writing in a secular fashion, even if the overall book makes it clear that the author is strongly conservative and self avowedly Christian in his approach, the author states that it is common for those of the leftist persuasion to label conservative thinkers as provincial and curmudgeonly No one giving this book a fair read would have any reason to think of the author as provincial in any fashion, as the stories are quite broad in their approach, but at the same time the author does appear rather curmudgeonly in many of the stories, sounding like a cranky old man telling youngsters to get off his lawn while he loads his shotgun The fact that the author speaks in rather provocative and politically coded language about givers and takers and shows c...

  2. Kerry Hedden says:

    If you love history and you the telling of history, you will really enjoy The Storyteller s Anthology by Douglas Feavel If you are a Christian and love to hear stories with upstanding characters, good moral values and stories that you yourself can learn and pass on then you will love this book I was not sure at first if I was going to enjoy the book because there is a large introduction chapter written by Douglas that explains the 6 main criteria for his selections of the 26 characters he chose to tell you about.As much as I was tempted to just scan the introduction I am glad I read it, knowing why and the full process of his story selection made the stories that much enjoyable I found that I knew of many of the stories but did not actually know the names of these upstanding and many times heroic people, for example Irena Sendler, I had seen a movie depicting her but I did not initially recognize the name I found new stories and people that I had never heard of for example The Priest Who Adopted a Town I had never heard of Pasquale de Nisco but the way he built an entire community should be an example to all of us.What I really liked about this book is knowing that Douglas Feavel uses these stories to educate the public, including children in the public school system about our Christian roots without needing to be preachy He uses stories to let children know that there is good and bad and a moral ground they can stand on and that heroes are never found on a movie scree...

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