Sodium Balls: A Reverend's Journey

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Sodium Balls: A Reverend's Journey
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Sodium Balls: A Reverends Journey
by Rev. Robert P. Mitchell, M.Div.

Sodium Balls chronicles Rev. Robert P. Mitchells Jonah-like odyssey to the pulpit.

From the cradle on, music drove Rev. Mitchells life both to Christ and away from Him. Someone once told him that he is existentially tied into his singing. Torn between opera and faith, Christianity and Judaism, Sodium Balls takes the reader on a wild journey from dangerous Halloween (sodium balls) pranks to the opera stage to corporate board rooms to his first pulpit.

Now at the age of 32, LeAnn has chosen to give her testimony. She is stepping out on faith in the name of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. So, if this book is in your hands now, just know that she is only a small town girl from Purvis, Mississippi, and she does not feel as if she is special or better than the next person. LeAnn knows if she was able to write and have a book published, then you are able to accomplish something beyond your dreams.

About the Author:

Originally from central Pennsylvania, Rev. Robert P. Mitchell, M.Div. earned a B.S. in Voice and Opera at the Mannes College of Music in New York City. Afterwards, he pursued a 30-year business career with Scholastic Inc., working his way up to Manager of Marketing Information. In the meantime, he sang opera at night and on weekends. He partnered with his wife Joan in singing and parenting two boys. Before retiring, the couple entered seminary and became ordained ministers, serving their first church as co-pastors. In 2014, his book Tales of a Tenacious Tenor was released, the story of his astonishing singing career. The Mitchells now live in eastern Pennsylvania and enjoy their grandchildren

(2017, Paperback, 276 pages)