Monday, March 16, 2020

I'm Doing a Virtual Book Reading on March 18th

Yes, I said I was giving up blogging for Lent, but it feels like all the rules are out the window at this point.

We're all cooped up inside, looking for things to do. I'm seeing musicians and other artists offering free shows online to help people stay engaged and entertained, and it got me thinking how I could help do that myself.
March 18th happens to be the 4th birthday of my first book, Coffeehouse Contemplative: Spiritual Direction for the Everyday. That, combined with all the social distancing we're doing, seems like the perfect time to do a virtual reading from my books.
I'll be going live on my Facebook page this Wednesday, March 18th, at 8 p.m. ET.

Pour yourself a beverage, get yourself a snack, and join me as I read from:
Coffeehouse Contemplative: Spiritual Direction for the Everyday
Wonder and Whiskey: Insights on Faith from the Music of Dave Matthews Band
Prayer in Motion: Connecting with God in Fidgety Times
AND AND AND AND AND AND
MAYBE A SNEAK PEAK FROM THE BOOK I'M CURRENTLY WORKING ON:
THE DOCTOR AND THE APOSTLE: INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN DOCTOR WHO AND THE LETTERS OF PAUL.
Whether you've never picked up one of these before or whether you've dog-eared the crap out of the entire collection, join me as I share what I've written and for a little online fellowship.
Hope you're all staying well and safe. I hope to see you Wednesday evening.

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