The Baby Echolalia of Christendom is a book about the need to have a relationship with the Lord rather than just a form of religious practice.
Wayne O'Conner, started writing poetry while attending the University Wisconsin At Eau Claire after graduating from Chetek High School in 1980. Following college he began to write articles and short fiction. Wayne won a few honorable mentions while at college for poetry writing. He self-published a book of poetry in 1989 called THE FORGOTTEN PROPHET'S BOOK OF DREAMS. During the fall of 1990 the author was selected by THE AMERICAN ARTS ASSOCIATION: SPREADING THE WORD OF GOD THROUGH RHYME, of Gulf Port, Mississippi, for inclusion of his poem Parable of Two Temples in the book Warm Thoughts: Words of Encouragement . Wayne also had an article published in Searching Together Magazine in the spring of 1996. During 2010 the author was invited to speak and share some of his materials at conventions in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Finally, in 2011, friends of the author suggested that his collected poetry, short fiction and articles, including both Christian and secular works, be printed in a book. One friend in particular knew a potential publisher of long acquaintance. That introduction produced the work, Waysides Along the Journey: Spiritual Wisdom & Adventures in Literature. At the same time the author begin to prepare other works, like this one, THE BABY ECHOLALIA OF CHRISTENDOM for publication. Other writings and songs may be found on the Internet at at Scrib-d and also at the website heraldthefather.info. There you will find the secret of my talents. While I may not have always used my gifts wisely, the source of my gifting is the creator of heaven and earth, who sent his Son, YeShua HaMashiach, the great redeemer. The author is self-employed as a book shipper, mows lawns, and produces audio books. He is a resident of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.