Beliefnet Launches Godwink Stories™ Video Series Hosted by Best-Selling Author and Network TV Innovator, SQuire Rushnell

A Father of Emmy-Winning Schoolhouse Rock and ABC Afterschool Specials Brings Popular “When God Winks” Stories to Life on the Web—Exclusively at Beliefnet.com

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Interviews Available on Request

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Rebecca Freed

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New York, NY – April 21, 2009Beliefnet.com, the leading multi-faith online community for spirituality and inspiration, announced today the exclusive debut of GODWINK STORIESTM, a new web-only video series created by SQuire Rushnell, bestselling author of the “When GOD Winks” book series. Godwinks are serendipitous moments—some people call them coincidences—that Mr. Rushnell considers messages of assurance, “a wink,” from God. His enormously popular book series has resonated with mainstream America and has created a word-of-mouth phenomenon. GODWINK STORIES videos are available only at:

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http://www.beliefnet.com/Video/Godwink-Stories/index.aspx.


The GODWINK STORIES video series on Beliefnet.com features bite-sized original video segments, approximately two to three-minutes in length, with two new episodes broadcast each Monday and Wednesday. In these upbeat, entertaining and personally candid video vignettes, Mr. Rushnell steps in front of the camera to share inspirational true stories from the “When GOD Winks” books. Each heartwarming video features SQuire, speaking from his home in Martha’s Vineyard, sharing astonishing stories of real people from all walks of life, as well the stories of celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Streisand and Denzel Washington and historical figures such as Mark Twain, and Abraham Lincoln. SQuire’s aim is to inspire others to recognize the godwinks in their own lives and discover a sense of peace and certainty that they are never entirely alone.


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