Miracle on the 13th Hole

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PublishAmerica, Jan 1, 2002 - Fiction - 374 pages
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Dwight Church, a golf-playing minister in Louisiana, daily dedicates himself to showing people the way to renewal of faith and hope in the Almighty. His indecision concerning whether or not to continue his ministry causes Dwight to be immersed in streams of misery poured onto him by members of his congregation. Throughout the novel, Dwight attempts to maintain his faith while struggling with society's pressures to fulfill his duties as a clergyman. He realizes that like other human beings, ministers must seek renewal of their own faith and hope from a greater power outside themselves.

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Lenard was a naval officer during WWII. As a journalist, advertising and marketing executive, political activist, elected public official, he has traveled the long and challenging road from the Great Depression's poverty to the pages of Who's Who.

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