Home Town Tales

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Walker, Oct 1, 2000 - Religion - 240 pages
2 Reviews
The Quaker minister presents a collection of anecdotes that praise such simple pleasures as visiting family, cutting the grass, and eating warm chocolate-chip cookies.

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User Review  - debnance - LibraryThing

I’m glad I read Porch Talk first; Gulley has grown less sure of himself as he has aged and I like that in essays. Still, though Gulley comes across as a little more preachy here, he isn’t so preachy as to curdle your milk. Read full review

Review: Hometown Tales: Recollections of Kindness, Peace and Joy

User Review  - Debra Peddicord - Christianbook.com

Just discovered this writer. What an amazing simplistic view of the world!! Truly worth your time, will read over and over again! Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Philip Gulley, author of the popular Harmony series of novels, including Home to Harmony and Almost Friends, is renowned for his wit and keen observations about spirituality and life. A Quaker pastor, he is also author of the nonfiction Porch Talk series and hosts "Porch Talk with Phil Gulley" on an Indiana PBS television station.

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