The Rugged Road to Joy
by Matt Litton
"Holy Nomad is like a great John Lennon song. Matt Litton is a great writer, poetic, thought-provoking, powerful. I highly recommend this book."
—Johnathon Schaech, actor, director, writer (That Thing You Do, How To Make An American Quilt, Quarantine)
What if we were made to journey with a God who's always on the move? Read more about the new book on becoming a spiritual nomad.
"The way of the Nomad isn't about physical mobility as much as it's about the location and openness of your heart for others." Read Chapter 16 from Holy Nomad.
Read what actor Johnathon Schaech and others are saying about Matt Litton's invitation to a radically different way of life.
"A life without joy and meaning is more of a "life sentence." It's a far cry from the way we were meant to live."
For more from Matt, check out his website and blog here.
Listen in as Matt shares about his own spiritual journey, the ‘crash’ moment that set him “free,” and why it’s so difficult to break out of the cells we become imprisoned in.
In Matt Litton's new book, Holy Nomad, we learn that there's more to the journey than travelling.
An editor once told me to always write with an empty coffee cup at my side to remind me of that one person late at night at my kitchen table. Matt Litton talks to that person.
If you need a little boost in your joy metric, Litton’s book might be a quick jolt–a lively reminder of what life in Christ is meant to be.
This book is an invitation to discover the rugged road to joy.
Litton gives fresh air and ample room for exploration to someone seeking to be a Christian or someone who is searching to find the points of connection between one’s real life--warts and all-- and faith.
The biggest failing of this book is that Litton seems to have functionally no category for sin.
Since Matt Litton lives not far from me in Cincinnati, we sat down together recently for an interview about his book.