Written in the same style as It's a Dog's Life and The Cactus Stabbers, Jeff provides us with more tales from his life and travels as a pastor.
In a finger-pointing culture of focusing on the foibles and failures of others, we become blind to our own flaws and faults. Using a famous biblical metaphor, we go hunting for specks in other people's eyes, while ignoring the huge plank in our own. This collection of stories is designed to challenge, inspire, express vulnerability, show more kindness and be less swift to judge.
There's the story of Nurse Gemma whose laughter proved the best medicine for one patient; there's the lady at the airport who brings a little bit of sunshine; and there's the author who feels like he's a little bit like an antique clock in need of regular adjustments. Stories to help us remember that when life is a puzzle, hope and help are a prayer away.
AUTHOR: International author, speaker and broadcaster, Jeff Lucas holds a pastoral teaching position at Timberline Church in Colorado, a church that has grown to 10,000 in the last 15 years. He is the author of some 14 books and is also broadcast on weekly radio shows throughout Europe on Premier Radio. He is a monthly contributor to Christianity Magazine and writes a daily devotional with CWR entitled Life Every Day.