My journey in four books

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People sometimes message me, and ask about what order to read my books. I think it makes some sense to read them in order, which goes like this:

Divine Nobodies: Shedding religion to find God (and the unlikely people who help you)
This is my first book in which I share my story of what led to the deconstruction of my Christianity and beliefs about God.

Wide Open Spaces: Beyond Paint-by-Number Christianity
This follow-up book to Divine Nobodies describes the path I took to know myself, God, others, and life beyond the boundaries and mentalities of organized religion.

Being Jesus in Nashville: Finding the Courage to Live Your Life (whoever and wherever you are)
In this my third book, I devoted a year to understanding how Jesus fit into my life and relationship with God on the other side of having let go of many of my former Christian beliefs.

Notes from (Over) the Edge: Unmasking the Truth to End Your Suffering
This is my most recent book, released just a month ago. The book is a summation and expansion of a set of notes I kept related to my personal quest to address the root cause of my suffering and free, something that eluded me in all my years involved in religion.

If you really want to know more about the journey I’ve been on the last several years and you’re interested in deeply exploring your own, I’d encourage you to read each of these books. A lot of people email me and ask me a lot of questions about my journey and beliefs, which are all covered in the books. Consider the possibility of purchasing copies of books as gifts to friends who are on a similar path. If you have read any or all of the books, consider leaving a brief review on Amazon an share one way the book(s) were meaningful for you. Thanks!

Latest Comments

  1. kzgm says:

    Although I’m reading your books backward, I’m so glad I found you! Thanks for putting in writing and clarifying my thoughts. Appreciate you going against the grain. I like to be challenged in my thinking and don’t feel threatened at all. Keep up the great work!!!

  2. Jay R. Rees says:

    Lol, I’m reading them backwards as well.

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