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“In this book the delights of imagination meet timeless stories of Scripture. The outcome is the retelling of deep truths about both the human condition and God’s remarkable grace. Tim Reddish has given us a whimsical and thought-provoking read that is also pure pleasure.”

– Rev. Dr. Judy Paulsen, Professor of Evangelism, Wycliffe College, Toronto.

“Tim Reddish writes to address difficult questions from interesting angles. His work feels fresh, contemporary, challenging, and thought-provoking—without departing from orthodox faith. This book helps us to reflect on our lives, the better to serve the One who gave us life.”

– Ven. Nick Barker, Archdeacon of Auckland and Priest-in-Charge of Holy Trinity, Darlington, U.K.

“This collection of short stories warms the heart and provides insight into how God is at work through people today. The stories take biblical topics and situate them into contemporary cultural settings, and so help to open our eyes to their meaning for today. In this book Tim Reddish takes on a number of interesting topics and handles them with grace.”

– Dr. John Sanders, Professor of Religious Studies, Hendrix College, and author of The God Who Risks.

“In reading many of Tim’s stories I had a moment where I realized which familiar Biblical story he was using, only to discover an unexpected twist around the next corner. These stories are full of gentle humor and great insight which will keep the reader thinking for days after reading them.”

– Rev. Dr. Stuart Macdonald, Professor of Church and Society, Knox College, Toronto.