The whole idea of the SERIOUSLY FUNNY tour was for Adrian Plass and Jeff Lucas to let people in on their conversations about God, life and the universe - and it went pretty well. After all, that's pretty much what...
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The whole idea of the SERIOUSLY FUNNY tour was for Adrian Plass and Jeff Lucas to let people in on their conversations about God, life and the universe - and it went pretty well. After all, that's pretty much what they've been doing in their separate writing and speaking careers all these years.
All told, people seemed to like the way their trademark styles came together and shed light on even the most difficult subjects, in a way that perhaps made those burdens a little easier to bear.
However, as they toured around the country, Adrian and Jeff realised that other people's questions were at least as interesting as their own - possible more so. Eventually they decided they'd better have a go at some answers. This book is the result.
They may not have got the answers right, but they have certainly had a good time along the way - and they hope you will, too.
Adrian Plass has written over thirty books in the last twenty years, full of his uniquely wry observations about church and Christianity. As well as his biographical books, he has written novels, short stories, and collections of poems and sketches. His live presentations are often hilarious, often poignant, with a combination of humour, poetry and storytelling, but always warm and welcoming. He also leads BRF Quiet Days with his wife Bridget.
Jeff Lucas holds a position of teaching pastor at Timerline Church in Colorado, he travels internationally in a ministry of Bible teaching which carries a specific vision to encourage and equip the church. He is the bestselling author of fourteen books including How Not to Pray, Grace Choices, When Big Brother Comes Home: Creating a Prodigal Friendly Church and Will your Prodigal come home?: A Honest discussion of struggle and hope. He writes a Daily Bible Guide Lucas on Life.
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