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Our Road to Damascus is Now Also Available as an Audiobook!

Our Road to Damascus: 7 Lessons for a Life of Purpose and Meaning, is available in hard cover, paperback, ebook, and audiobook! Order yours and join me on the road to Damascus! 

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* 2021 Illumination Book Awards Silver Medal & 2021 BookLife Nonfiction Prize Semifinalist

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Spiritually Thanksgiving

Hundreds of years ago, driven by the impulse that life could be more, our forefathers left the old continent in search of a new life. They left everything they had (and were) behind. They braved vast seas, suffered long journeys, and faced uncertainty to levels few of us experience today – all for the promise

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When Poetry Strikes: “Shiny Things”

You may not know this but, at heart, I am a poet. Or, rather, I’d like to be a poet. Or, more accurately, I just really like poetry. That’s probably more like it.  There’s something to cadence, rhythm, and rhyme that speaks to me. Poetry has played an important part in my life. It has

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An Everyday Miracle on Walgreens

It’s 8:15 am of an otherwise unremarkable Wednesday and I am in sitting in a flimsy chair in the unsuspecting parking lot of a Walgreens. Trucks zoom by the busy intersection that seems to cradle the corner of the parking lot, and the pop-up tent above my head sways in the wind, leading me to

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ORTD is a Semifinalist of Publishers Weekly’s BookLife Prize

Happy to share that Our Road to Damascus made the semifinalists’ list of Publisher Weekly’s BookLife Prize! Only twenty books from four nonfiction categories advanced to the semifinal round of the BookLife Prize Nonfiction Contest. Five semifinalists from each of the four categories were selected by Publishers Weekly and BookLife staff and advance to the next round

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“a book that succeeds in the tricky feat of being intriguingly spiritual without being explicitly religious.”

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