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MARZIPAN BANANAS & Other True Stories: Footnotes on Life & Faith
As the executive director of multiple organizations Ed has worked with children, youth, couples, seniors, the homeless, and people with developmental disabilities. His titles have included Life Guard, Indian Chief, Harbor Master, and Pastor.
Ed’s undergraduate degree is from Cal. State University, Fullerton. He holds graduate degrees from American Baptist Seminary, Princeton Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Ed resides in Laguna Niguel California with his wife Linda where he serves on the staff of Mount of Olives Lutheran Church in Mission Viejo.
Biographies, Children’s, Young Adult
• What are the bedrock truths you live by?
• How did they become foundational for your life?
• Which would you want to pass on to the next generation?
We all have stories but few of us tell them with the candor, humor and warmth of Ed Ewart. When Ed begins to tell his stories, children and adults alike become entranced in the suspense and the fundamental biblical insight that each one delivers.
Whether about life-threatening perils, the overcoming of our deepest fears or the wonder of unconditional love, each one of these experiences is anchored in a life lesson that resonates with all of us. These true stories, first written as a legacy for 16 grandchildren, are written windows through which we see and hear “the sound of the Lord God walking in the garden at the time of the evening breeze.” (Genesis 3:8)
Truth is truth in any age and to every generation. Whether you buy this book for yourself, a friend or to read to a grandchild, you will smile and be reminded of the Great Author whose main story is that He loves us beyond measure.
Broad Christian audience, grandparents, parents and children
Book cover type
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Don’t know yet
Something simple enough that an elementary school child could appreciate. (The first story, which the book is named after) is how I once disobeyed wise counsel and got sick on tiny Marzipan Banana candies.
What to avoid
The book is substantive about life lessons but always delivered with humor - not too serious or moralizing in its style but fun.