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The Red Suit Diaries: A Real-Life Santa on Hopes, Dreams, and Childlike Faith

The Red Suit Diaries: A Real-Life Santa on Hopes, Dreams, and Childlike Faith

Written by Ed Butchart

Narrated by Ed Butchart


The Red Suit Diaries: A Real-Life Santa on Hopes, Dreams, and Childlike Faith

Written by Ed Butchart

Narrated by Ed Butchart

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4/5 (1 rating)
Length:
3 hours
Released:
Jan 25, 2005
ISBN:
9781597106306
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Audiobook

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Description

Tom Brokaw said it best about the author: This Santa "can only be described as the real thing." With warmth, humor, and wonder, Ed Butchart shares his stories as a professional Santa Claus in The Red Suit Diaries.

Deftly combining his Santa persona with his passion for God, Butchart reveals himself as a once-hardened Marine who found Jesus and began to serve others in unusual ways. Listeners will be enthralled by The Red Suit Diaries - from Santa's day job refurbishing medical equipment for the disabled, to the sweetest of secrets whispered in Santa's ear and written in letters, to the story of how he unknowingly found "Mrs. Claus."

Woven throughout is a faith and a joy of giving that energizes Butchart's mission to spread love to all kinds of children and adults.
Released:
Jan 25, 2005
ISBN:
9781597106306
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

Also available as bookBook

About the author

Ed Butchart has been Stone Mountain's official Santa Claus in Atlanta, Georgia, for eighteen years. He also runs a year-round workshop and ministry, Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, which refurbishes wheelchairs and medical equipment for those in need. As president and founder, Butchart has helped change the lives of thousands. He is the author of The Red Suit Diaries. Butchart lives in South Carolina.



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  • (4/5)
    Ed decided to be a 'doer'. This is his story of giving to others with his gift of being Santa Claus and his and his wife's ministry of fixing wheelchairs.