Jim Cantelon is a pastor, author, well-known broadcaster (jimcantelontoday.com), and founder/president of WOW (Working for Orphans & Widows – wowmission.com) – a ministry to orphans and widows impacted by the HIV and AIDS pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa and southern India. He is also founder of the King of Kings Church in Jerusalem, Israel. He has three best selling books to his credit: “Theology for Non-Theologians”, “When God Stood Up – A Christian Response to AIDS in Africa”, and “Letters to Jess and Kate – Helping a Child Understand Divorce”. His latest book “Cantelon’s Casual Commentary – A 21st Century Guide to the Life of Jesus for the Internet Generation” is featured below. He and his wife Kathy were married in 1970. They have 3 children and 12 grandchildren.
The Boy who Sang for the Angels is a beautifully illustrated children’s book for ages 7 to 12 years that can be read by “children of all ages” because of its universal appeal. The story is set in the European Middle Ages and follows the touching account of the plight of a young child facing both the harshness and the unexpected blessings of orphan life. The Boy Who Sang for the Angels resonates with music, cathedrals, local colour, and irresistible magic.