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The Wishing Well

Mark Faris

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ISBN 10: 145820118X / ISBN 13: 9781458201188
Published by AbbottPress, 2012
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Title: The Wishing Well

Publisher: AbbottPress

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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When Mark Faris first met Cate Greenway, he knew she was an angel. As a teenager hanging out with the neighborhood kids in 1970s Kansas City, Faris often went with his friends to Cate's house and enjoyed picnics next to the wishing well in her field. They found safety and love there, and Cate became a guiding light for them. Even after Faris moved to Minneapolis and started a new life, he never forgot Cate. But it was years later in 2009 that Cate became an even more important influence on his life. After decades of selfishness, combined with his wobbly faith, Faris was convicted of money laundering, mail fraud, and wire fraud. He was incarcerated in a federal prison and separated from his family and friends. It was in prison that Cate appeared to him in angelic form, pushing Faris to make faith, love, and service for God the highest priorities in his life. Chronicling the drowsy summer days under Cate's sprawling oak trees, his venture into the business world, and his renewal of faith in God, The Wishing Well is an honest look at Faris's life and how one special angel transformed it forever.

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As founder and president of MPV Ethics, Mark Faris communicates the importance of morals, principles, and values to individuals, corporations, and non-profit organizations in a way that challenges their beliefs and transforms them into more honest, accountable, and ethical people.

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