He's Gonna Toot and I'm Gonna Scoot
Sharing outrageous humor, rib-tickling insights and inspiring, real-life examples, Barbara Johnson shows readers how to put life's trails into heavenly perspective. While we wait on Gabriel's horn to sound, Barbara gives women an external telescope with which to view their...
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Sharing outrageous humor, rib-tickling insights and inspiring, real-life examples, Barbara Johnson shows readers how to put life's trails into heavenly perspective. While we wait on Gabriel's horn to sound, Barbara gives women an external telescope with which to view their often difficult world.
Barbara Johnson's ministry to the broken hearted has rescued thousands from the cesspools of life and helped the hopeless learn to laugh again. Now, sharing outrageous humor, rib-tickling insights, and inspiring, real-life examples, she shows you how to put life's trials into heavenly perspective. With Barb's zany humor leading the way like a geranium bobbing in a parade leader's hat, you'll be able to face each new challenge with grace?maybe even a giggle. Soon you'll have your sights set on eternity and your ears tuned to the heavenly trumpeter's frequency as you, too, joyously await that day when He's gonna toot, and we're gonna scoot!
"Barbara Johnson's writing may not make us thinner, but it sure does make us easier to live with! She has a way of removing a lot of the grit and grind from our crankcase so we can enjoy the trip from earth to heaven without a breakdown." ?Charles Swindoll, President Dallas Theological Seminary
Barbara Johnson, known as "the Geranium Lady" sold more than five million books, including Splashes of Joy in the Cesspools of Life, Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death, and Stick a Geranium in Your Hat and Be Happy and her latest book Humour Me, I'm Over the Hill, part of her more recent, Humour Me series. In 2005 she was awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Barbara and her husband served hurting families through their non-profit "Spatula Ministries" and as a popular "Woman of Faith" conference speaker she delivered comforting, humour-filled messages across America. Barbara died in 2007 and is survived by her sons David and Dean, former daughter-in-law Shannon, and two grandchildren, Kandee and Tiffany.- Publisher.