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Von Kanel Pens Articles for Publication on Death, Prayer, and Youth
Christian author with Lucedale connections, Danny Von Kanel, has recently received word several articleshave been accepted for publication in Teachers of Vision, Small Groups.com and Mature Living magazines.
His article, “Death and the Student”, attempts to help school teachers to know how to bring normalcy to a grieving child. It will appear in Teachers of Vision, their ‘back to school” issue 2010 on Helping Students Overcome Personal Issues. Teachers of Vision is a magazine for Christians who work in public and private schools.
“Revolutionary Prayer” (Why Prayer as We Know Doesn’t Work) was written for Small Groups.com, an online publication owned by its’ parent company, Christianity Today, to help small prayer revolutionary prayers that truly impact their world.
Von Kanel’s article, “10 Keys to Staying Young While Embracing Your Age”, was written for readers to seize the moment and advance their youthfulness from the inside out. It will be published in the January, 2011 issue of Mature Living as a feature article. Mature Living has a
readership of 318,000, mostly senior adults in Southern Baptist churches.
Von Kanel’s has published hundreds of articles in 45+ magazines and is the author of two books in 2003 & 2005: Built by the Owner’s Design (The Positive Approach to Building Your Church God’s Way) 2003 & Building Sunday School by the Owner’s Design (100 Tools for Successful Kingdom Growth) by CSS Publishing, Lima, Ohio.
Danny Von Kanel has lived in Franklinton, Louisiana the past eight years and is the former Minister of Music at First Baptist Church, Lucedale (1993-97) He is married (32 years) to Beverly Gay Von Kanel, former Assistant Teacher at Rocky Creek school. Von Kanel has two grown sons, Allen and Brad, and five grandchildren. Allen is a graduate of George County High School.
Danny Von Kanel and his wife still reside in Franklinton and serve Roxie Baptist Church, Roxie, Mississippi as Minister of Music.