In the heart of Portland, Oregon, a tale unfolds, authored by the multifaceted Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. Known as a businessman, philanthropist, ordained minister, educator, historical preservationist, and prolific author, Dr. Pamplin weaves a captivating narrative titled "Gone Missing, Just Found." Published by the Pamplin Media Group, this story is a special holiday treat from the man of a thousand stories.
The narrative begins on a park bench where an old man, burdened by the closure of a church's food pantry, encounters a young boy with a unique perspective on life. As they share their stories, a profound realization dawns upon the old man, leading him to believe he might have conversed with an angel. The story unfolds against the backdrop of Christmas, emphasizing the transformative power of kindness and compassion.
Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr.'s storytelling prowess extends beyond this heartwarming tale. The introduction hints at a six-volume saga, "Alaskan Redemption," an exciting series detailing the adventures of two men in 19th-century Alaska. Furthermore, the narrative showcases a broader collection of Dr. Pamplin's works, including volumes in the "Man of a Thousand Stories" series, each dedicated to inspirational figures of history.
The introduction culminates with a festive wish, "Merry Christmas," and a reminder that we can all be angels, needing only to exercise our wings. Dr. Pamplin's diverse literary offerings, ranging from faith-based true stories to personal reflections and holiday messages, promise a rich tapestry of narratives for readers of all ages. The stage is set for a journey into the heartwarming and thought-provoking world of Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr.'s storytelling.