#1-2 Helping Hands Comics - Help Has Risen

The comic's main character of good, St. T, is born in Grand Island, Nebraska USA. The first issue takes readers from birth to the higher education days of St. T's life to give an understanding how he would become a dedicated new age yogi.

The early 20's of St. T's life are portrayed in issue #2, showing the transition from college to family man and then to traveling philanthropist. More

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About Tim Frentz

Tim “the Rebel” Frentz is an author, artist, eco activist, gardener, soccer player, business consultant, fitness trainer, pro dart player and yogi in training.

He recorded his spiritual journey in the new age work “the Helping Hands Yogi” and a comic book series called “the ventures of HELPING HANDS”.

Reborn in Grand Island, Nebraska USA in 1977, Frentz graduated from GI Sr. High then remained in Nebraska to attend the University in Lincoln in 1995 where he was introduced to the sport of Darts.

In 1997, he suffered major nerve damage to his left limbs after being hit by a car & throwing darts was the perfect physical therapy. Within months his body adapted to the physical needs for the sport and his scoring averages climbed to the national top 5% where he has remained ever since. Frentz travels and places in the top steel and soft tip tournaments regularly.

In 2005, the death of his father inspired Tim to leave home and give himself to causes in urgent need by doing ministry work. He currently competes mostly in dart tournaments that are near the Helping Hands Network’s active charity projects.

Frentz’s other publications document his college days at the University of Nebraska, visits to spiritual communities, time with various saints, his training of disciple volunteers, building of the Helping Hands Network, his time helping causes in need and his path to becoming a new age yogi.

Frentz continues publishing books & comics, teaching yogi & fitness, and speaks widely in the United States. His organization “The Helping Hands Network” is growing daily in the United States and continues to connect causes in need with thousands of resources through http://netvibes.com/HelpingHandsNet

Frentz can be reached at: tfrentz@hotmail.com & Facebook/FreeHelpingHands


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