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Laughing at Life's Most Embarrassing Moments: Stumbling Along with Hope and Humor

Laughing at Life's Most Embarrassing Moments: Stumbling Along with Hope and Humor

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Longueur: 111 pages3 heures

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Laugh Hard, Laugh Loud, Laugh Often

Of all the gifts God give us, laughter is definitely one of the sweetest. Delight in this good-for-the-soul collection of humor dedicated to the many ways laughter can surprise, amaze, comfort and enrich your life like nothing else.

Drawing on his experience as a preacher's kid and a former youth pastor, humorist Dan Taylor shares hilarious anecdotes, such as

mentally willing hungry parishioners away from primo potluck cookies dealing with the disappointment of not getting fork-stabbed at church camp running errands with a donut-loving driver's ed instructor

Learn that those with the ability to laugh at themselves are truly blessed—because their well of good humor will never run dry.

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Laughing at Life's Most Embarrassing Moments: Stumbling Along with Hope and Humor

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Informations sur le livre

Laughing at Life's Most Embarrassing Moments: Stumbling Along with Hope and Humor

Longueur: 111 pages3 heures

Description

Laugh Hard, Laugh Loud, Laugh Often

Of all the gifts God give us, laughter is definitely one of the sweetest. Delight in this good-for-the-soul collection of humor dedicated to the many ways laughter can surprise, amaze, comfort and enrich your life like nothing else.

Drawing on his experience as a preacher's kid and a former youth pastor, humorist Dan Taylor shares hilarious anecdotes, such as

mentally willing hungry parishioners away from primo potluck cookies dealing with the disappointment of not getting fork-stabbed at church camp running errands with a donut-loving driver's ed instructor

Learn that those with the ability to laugh at themselves are truly blessed—because their well of good humor will never run dry.

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