Home to Harmony

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Zondervan, Oct 13, 2009 - Fiction - 240 pages
20 Reviews

Welcome to Harmony ...

In this acclaimed inaugural volume in the Harmony series, master American storyteller Philip Gulley draws us into the charming world of minister Sam Gardner in his first year back in his hometown, capturing the essence of small-town life with humor and wisdom.

  

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Review: Home to Harmony (Harmony #1)

User Review  - Bill Sanborn - Goodreads

It really didn't keep my attention. Some of the short stories were funny, most were relatable, but it just didn't really seem to gel together. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone I know simply because it was a bit too boring to keep me going. Read full review

Review: Home to Harmony (Harmony #1)

User Review  - Lacrecia - Goodreads

With wit and gentle humor Philip Gulley has created a small town complete with the most wonderful colorful, quirky, loveable characters. I feel as if I have just had a return visit home to the small town I never lived in, but so often dreamed of calling my own. Read full review

Contents

Spring
3
Home to Harmony
6
Settling In
11
The Bobservation Post
25
The Swordfish
29
Revival
37
Uly
45
Summer
47
First Grade
110
Noodle Day U7 15 The World
123
Mutiny
132
TheTwins
139
Roger and Tiffany
151
Miriam and Ellis
161
Memory
176
The Spelling Bee
182

Miss Rudy Wilbur and Friday Nights
57
BurmaShave
65
The Birds and the Bees
78
This Callous Pride
81
TheAluminumYears
89
Brother Norman and the Bus
97
The Testimony
189
Legal Grounds
208
The Shroud of Harmony
217
Acknowledgments
221
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About the author (2009)

Philip Gulley is a Quaker minister, writer, husband, and father. He is the bestselling author of Front Porch Tales, the acclaimed Harmony series, and is coauthor of If Grace Is True and If God Is Love. Gulley lives with his wife and two sons in Indiana, and is a frequent speaker at churches, colleges, and retreat centers across the country.

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