The Catch: Families, Fishing, and Faith
A favorite pastime for many, fishing can provide rare moments for reflecting on what is important and meaningful in life. In The Catch William Vande Kopple draws on time spent fishing and explores the role it has played in his life, relationships, and faith.
Loosely based on his own life, the twenty stories in this book will resonate with anyone who values time spent with family and enjoys evocative descriptions of God's creation. Vande Kopple tells tales inspired by his past, from his boyhood in western Michigan through more recent fishing adventures and misadventures with his three sons.
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