Ed Dunlop has worked in children’s ministries full-time for more than thirty years. As an evangelist, he conducts Family Crusades in local churches, presents teacher-training seminars, speaks at junior camps, and conducts visualized drug and alcohol awareness programs in public elementary and junior high schools. His ministry involves ventriloquism, Gospel magic, blacklight effects, and a variety of other visual media.
Ed writes fiction for children and resource books for teachers, and currently has twenty-nine titles in print with five publishers.
The author grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. and has served churches in California, Arizona, and Tennessee as assistant pastor and Christian Education Director. He and his family entered full-time evangelism in March of 1988. Ed and his wife, Elma, have five grown children and make their home in north Georgia.
Ed enjoys canoeing, motorcycling and SCUBA diving. His sons are also certified divers. Ed currently serves as a volunteer diver at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and enjoys feeding the fish, sharks, stingrays and moray eels as groups of school children watch.
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Revenge of the Dragons
by Ed Dunlop
Approx. 56,280 words.
Published on March 19, 2013.
When eighteen-year-old Joel of Seawell learns that a young girl from Seawell will be forced to marry her cruel master, he determines to do what is necessary to rescue her. Enlisting the aid of his father and grandfather in the quest for Myra’s freedom, Joel overcomes his fears and returns to Corthia.
Revenge of the Dragons is the fifth book in the Kingdom Tales from Terrestria series.
by Ed Dunlop
Approx. 95,530 words.
Published on June 2, 2012.
Lt. Lance Wilkins is the pilot of a thundering F-4 Phantom with dozens of missions over North Vietnam. The son of a Baptist pastor, Lance is bitter toward God because of the death of his twin sister. Everything changes when his Phantom is shot down during a routine bombing mission.
Never had there been an escape from the infamous “Hanoi Hilton”, but Lance had to try…
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