Flowers in the Crags

Xulon Press, Incorporated, 2007 - 464 pages
Flowers in the Crags is the true story about the life journey of four individuals. It will take you through five decades of laughter and tears. The story will take you from the dreams of an Amish boy who wanted to see more of the world and learn to fly. He surrounded himself with loving and caring friends and his family became his most important possession in his life. You will also meet another individual in this story who is the complete opposite. His only desire in life is to get everything in life that he can for himself, regardless of who he hurts in the process, including his family. Your journey through this book will fill you with emotion as you experience the tragedies of the crash of TWA flight 800 and the excruciating ordeal of battling cancer. Ralph Walls was a building and drywall contractor for thirty eight years. He currently serves on the local board of Mennonite Disaster Service and helps with relief efforts when disasters strike. He and his wife Betty live in Sarasota, Florida and are the parents of four children. They have been on mission projects to Haiti and Hungary. He is actively teaching and discipling in Sarasota. His favorite pastime is bicycling and he has ridden in the Bicycle Tour of Colorado and completed century rides in Colorado and Maryland as well. His passion and desire are to reach those who are lost and without hope.

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