The Fundamorphosis Living Room Book Tour

I’ve been pretty quiet this week here on the blog.

That’s because it’s Spring Break. Vanessa and I loaded the three kids (but not the two dogs) into our Ford Focus and got out of town. (If I can work from home, I can work from anywhere, including the passenger seat of the car while Vanessa drives.) We have been crusing around the country talking about my book Fundamorphosis: How I Left Fundamentalism But Didn’t Lose My Faith.  

RoadTripIt’s the Fundamorphosis Living Room Book Tour. We show up. Our friends invite their friends. And we all talk about our theological journeys. I read a little bit from the book. And we end up swapping stories and laughing a lot.

      • On Monday, we were in Pittsfield IL with our dear friends Michael and Keri Pierce.
      • On Tuesday, we were in Chicagoland at my cousins Laurie and Larry Matthias’ home.
      • On Wednesday, we got to Grand Rapids where my sister Cathy Fazio lives.
      • Today, we are headed to Elkhart IN to be with our old friends Joel and Shari Wolfgang.
      • And on Friday, we drive to Fort Wayne IN where Vanessa’s brother and his wife, Ron and Ashley Mattocks, are hosting us.

At stops along the way, we’ve talked with small groups of people about the book, about what faith looks like in a world that has radically changed, about the hot button issues in the church. We’ve sold a few copies of the book, made some new friends, and not gotten nearly enough sleep.

All in all, it’s been great.

If you’re in Indiana and want to come to one of our events there today or tomorrow, let me know, and I’ll send you the details. If you’d ever like to host a Fundamorphosis Living Room Book Tour, let me know. We’re making some plans for the summer and would love to come your way!

 

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