My God and an iPod on the Open Road

Between Wyomings

A modern-day Ecclesiastes tale, Between Wyomings invites readers to travel with one of the most intriguing music executives of the twentieth century in a tender journey through the long and winding roads of the sixties & beyond. Along with his wife, Connie, and a van named Moses, Ken metaphorically recreates the drives that took him into the homes and careers of entertainment legends. As he considers the landscape of his soul for those exhilarating, lonely years, Ken calls readers to reflect on the highways of their own lives, the turns and deserts that press them into the heart of a Creator who has been there all along.

Somewhere between the smoky rooms of a self-created life and the depths of a waiting ocean, Ken pulls out the worn Bible that smells of his aftershave and California mornings and remembers the grace that brought him to a new land. As Ken discovers, sometimes when we see how lost we are, we can finally begin to find home.

“Mansfield’s prayerful musings are quite extraordinary. These along with exciting stories of the music business in the sixties & seventies make this a welcome addition to the spirituality shelf.” —Publishers Weekly

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