Robert Ringham is an independent business owner and lives with his family southeastern Minnesota. His other works include: In Lombardi’s Way (a screenplay that features a cameo appearance from members of the 1967 Green Bay Packers); Good News from the Bullpen Café (a novel about a young man who takes over his uncle’s café in Bullpen, Minnesota and blogs about hisexperiences: www.goodnewsfromthebullpencafe.com); A Sabbath Calling (a Sunday School curriculum for young kids); Goodbye Miss Tate (a short film about one of the military’s most decorated war heroes who comes back home to pay homage to a former school teacher who has recently died); Texas Hold’em (a screenplay about a famous college quarterback who loses his family to gambling, them gambles to win them back); Once Upon a Clown (a novel about a young man who befriends an old rodeo clown who helps him come to terms with his troubled past); The Iceman (a screenplay about one of the NHLs most notorious bad boys and how his life is changed after befriending a terminally ill child); Hardware Ingenuity (a “how to” book that demonstrates how to build family fun projects from materials found in hardware stores: www.hardwareingenuity.com) ); and numerous children’s stories.

Acts 20:24
But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God.

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