Fisher Of Men

Father Fisher Ertl is starting as rector of small, struggling church, when he gets troubling news from home about his younger brother. How will he balance his new role and help his brother from half-way across the country. More

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About Kimberly Purcell

I pay my bills by working as an administrative assistant for the Wauwatosa School District. I've been there for over a decade. My free time is spent working on my house that I share with my sister and best friend Karen, who is also my biggest fan.

I have an associates degree (almost) in Building Preservation, that I received from Belmont Technical College. I spent five years in Chicago. Three years as a student and two years as a full-time employee at Moody Bible Institute.

Charles and Ivy Green were born in Chicago more than 20 years ago and have been simmering on the back burner since then, when I'd occasionally bring them out and stir them up, add some spices or herbs. It came to a full boil in 2013 when I took the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writers Month) challenge and finally put it all down into my computer.

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About the Series: Father Fisher Ertl
Father Fisher Ertl has just started as the head rector for a small, struggling church in Menomonee Falls, WI. His first. Father Fisher must figure out how to pastor a church that is mostly older people, when he's young enough to be their grandchild.
To add to the struggle, Fisher's younger brother got into trouble back home in Twenty-nine Palms, CA and has come to live with him to get away from the trouble. So now Fisher has to figure out how to parent his younger brother.
Characters of all sorts come into Father Fisher's circle of influence, including love interests, reluctant congregants, troubled souls, long time members with their own agendas, and young people, the hope of new life for the church.

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