Seeds in the Wind tells about Rick Wienecke's journey into the suffering of the Jewish people in the Holocaust and the crucifixion of Jesus.
In the 1970's, Rick's life style leads him into a place of desperation where he begins searching for God. Rick becomes fascinated with the birthing of Israel as a nation only three years after the Holocaust. Feeling strongly drawn to Israel, Rick decides to work on a Kibbutz for six months. The Lord attaches him to the Jewish people, the Land of Israel and to the Jewish Messiah Jesus. Rick's God-given language through sculpting grows and develops alongside these other points of relationship.
After their marriage, Rick and Dafna learn to step out in faith and eventually obey the "Heavenly Commission" of creating the "Fountain of Tears". This "dialogue of suffering" between the Holocaust and the Crucifixion is in Arad and soon will be also in Auschwitz- Birkenau.
Seeds in the Wind is the story of how God uses a talented artist to share the message of the Father's heart to His people.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Rick and Dafna are Israeli citizens. They have two adult sons and live in Arad in the Negev, Israel.