A Different Kind of Laughter
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^"Life can steal your laughter in a hurry--take the daily grind, throw in a few personal struggles, a major disappointment or two, and you' ll wonder where the smiles went." --Andy Cook ^The upper room is not the place we'd expect to hear anything about joy or peace. Neither does a dark garden where twelve men are hiding seem a likely place to hunt for a blessing. Nor do the short hours before a grisly crucifixion provide the ideal backdrop for a lifestyle of laughter. But these are exactly the moments Jesus chose to give his last powerful lessons about blessings, joy, and peace. It was in these final hours that Jesus revealed a lifestyle of joy so deep and so real it could flourish in the deep end of life's pool. ^"A Different Kind of Laughter" doesn't look for answers about joy in the typical places--Philippians or even Psalms--it pursues promised joy in the most difficult moments of Jesus' life. It's a study of joy and laughter for the most difficult times of life. It's a stu
Discovering joy from the most difficult moments of Jesus' life, this study points readers to a solid life replete with a different kind of laughter--the kind that survives life's deepest trials.
Cook has pulitzer prize for his editing work on a winning sports series collecting dust in his basement. He still writes for newspapers and magazines across the country. He is pastor of Shirley Hills Baptist Church in Warner Robins, Georgia.