Dr. Farrior tells the amusing story of becoming a minister and chaplain who tries to include humor in his work. However, the author's positivism was challenged when his son committed suicide. Out of his tears and prayers, he shows suffering people the importance of humor in dealing with tragic loss, and helps them move toward health and healing.
'Don Farrior shares much pastoral wisdom in this book.It will make you laugh, cry, and hope!"
-Dr. Richard L. Hamm, former GMP of the Christian Church in America.
'As a preacher and writer, Don Farrior has an amazing ability to communicate in a way that is immediate and personally engaging."
-Dr. Keith Watkins, Professor of Worship (ret.), Christian Theological Seminary.
'Don Farrior is a reflection of what Christ means when he taught us to love your neighbor as yourself."
-Clarence E. 'Jack" Jordan, Brigadier General, U.S. National Guard (Ret).
'This is an amazing collection of humorous stories told from the heart and woven around an inspirational life.a 'must-read' for anyone who has faced a tragedy or who wants a positive life!"
-Janice Ferguson, Ph.D., former Dean of Students VP for Student Affairs, Adrian College and Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine.