Let Me Entertain You; Let Me Make You Smile

[scribd id=15978488 key=key-bb0pu42q1iod1mg5xri]   I’ve bundled into an e-book 35 of my funniest blog essays, and made the 145-page collection available on Scribd.com for $6.99. You can see the book’s table of contents—and the first three or four of its pieces–by scrolling in the display above. Beside buying it, you can help the book by [Read More...]

My Cup Runneth Over

A few weeks ago, a young web designer named Daniel Gurtner (whom I don’t know and have never met), bought my book, “I’m OK—You’re Not: The Message … [and so on].” Out of the goodness of his heart, Daniel then made the below, which is my first ever book video. Built by a fan! For [Read More...]

My Book “I’m OK – You’re Not” Now Available on Scribd.com

My book, I’m OK–You’re Not: The Message We’re Selling Nonbelievers, and Why We Should Stop is now available,  for only $6.99, on Scribd.com. If you don’t know yet, Scribd.com is basically the YouTube of documents. [Read more...]

My Runaway Mom

One minute you have a mother (and a father, for that matter), and the next moment you don’t. Life can be funny that way. [Read more...]

About Buying “Penguins”

People have been writing to say that their local bookstores don’t carry Penguins, the book of mine about which I last blogged. I’m sorry, I should have said: by far the easiest way to get hold of that book is through an online bookseller such as Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. Small titles such as [Read More...]

Sprechen zie Penguins?

Yesterday I received in the mail a copy of DRAN, a thick, glossy German magazine for young, hip, twenty-something Christians. It was sent to me because right smack in its middle is a three-page excerpt from my book, “Penguins, Pain and the Whole Shebang: Why I Do The Things I Do,” by God (as told to John Shore). A [Read More...]

Modesty. Bragging. Wanting to inform. Who can tell them apart?

The Midwest Book Review just published a review of my humble tome, I’m OK–You’re Not: The Message We’re Sending Nonbelievers and Why We Should Stop. “Penned with gentle charm, Christian humor, love, and understanding,” they wrote, “I’m OK – You’re Not deserves to be required reading for any Christian considering embarking upon an evangelical mission or [Read More...]


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