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This site provides links to publications by Philip Siddons.

Currently, these are the pathways to the Amazon Kindle Publicatgions:

The Four Most Important Things

The Four Most Important Things is what you want your children or grandchildren to know so that they will find happiness and integrity in their lives. In the simplest form, it conveys the core values in ways kids can understand.
As characters have various experiences, Mount dispenses the appropriate insight to help improve their lives .
These four stories delight children two through 92. Some sophisticated HR departments might even adopt them as corporate best practices. (1,987 words, 48 pages)

The “After Their Bedtime” concluding section is an explanation of the thinking behind the four children’s stories. (2,931 words, 14 pages)
The Two Gifts

The Two Gifts

A feminist medieval tale about the choices in using power in relationships in order to bring about equality in intimate relationships.



About The Author

Philip Siddons was a literature major at Wheaton College. He received his MDiv (at Gordon-Conwell) and DMin degree (at Colgate-Rochester) where he focused most of his attention on feminist studies. His first book was Speaking Out For Women (Judson Press, 1980). Of course he developed enough sense to change the title, after it went out of print, to “Women and Men in the Christian Tradition. It will soon be available on Amazon's Kindle. That site is where you’ll find other short works of fiction and lots of attempts to make sense of life.

Philip dabbled in serving as a minister for 15 years but migrated to using his communication skills in marketing, advertising and computerized publishing. Along the way, he tried to respond to the people he served, whether they were technology paying customers, readers or parishioners. He thinks any life work requires the same sensitivity and commitment to create a meaningful presence with others.

The best way to reach Philip is email. Try You’ll probably find a kindred spirit there.