The regular readers of this blog, both of you, will know I’ve been exerpting chapters from my new book over the past weeks. Well, it’s finally finished and I’m really pleased with it. Here is the cover art:
It is, I hope, a fun refresher on some of the big themes of discipleship. A refreshing refresher, perhaps.
Lots of us read books that we kind of have to, or ought to. I’ve written a few of these myself.
This is not that book. Nor are the others I’ve been writing in the past few years, More than Bananas, Bread and the comedy trilogy Paradise, The Wheels of the World and The Sump of Lost Dreams.
The way to read this book is in a comfy chair, perhaps with some chocolate nearby, with the squalls of the world shut out, and with your own worries laid aside.
Here are few sample chapters that I put in the blog:
- A refreshing refresher
- Fate and luck
- The biggest failure in the Bible
- The solution to all our problems
- The minds of small children
- Hearing wrongly from God
- Healing: finding the gold in the straw
- About the tangle of free will and love, and the weakness of God
- ‘God’s not fair’
It’s available in its various formats at Amazon, Eden and the like and orderable from any other bookshop worthy of the name.