The best of the best-stories, one-liners, and jokes from some of today's funniest Christian speakers and best-selling writers including Barbara Johnson, John Ortberg, Mark Buchanan, Patsy Clairmont, Becky Freeman, Chonda Pierce, and more.
There is life after fifty. In case you were wondering. Martha Bolton is here to wax hilarious on every part of it -- from the perils of exercise to the puzzling tradition of fruitcake, the annoyance of tailgaters to the miraculous powers of pie.
Who but a wise guy would blow the toilet in his new home to smithereens with an M-80 firecracker? Only Ken Davis could pull these stranger than life stories together and use them to drive home insights that cut to the heart of Christ-like living.
Find mirth and spiritual refreshment, featuring devotional readings drawn from fellow moms. Seventy-five readings will make you laugh, chuckle, chortle, and snicker.
You will laugh until you cry as you read this ``tell-all`` about growing up in the church from two guys who witnessed it all from the very front row.
Chronicling the real-life adventures and misadventures of two preacher’s kids, these brothers never fail to see the funny side of life.
Martha Bolton believes that the older you get, the smarter you become. She offers her hilarious ideas of skin-slippage insurance and scratch-and-taste samples in the cooking magazines half-jokingly. Who says growing old isn't fun?
What's the definition of a wedding ring? A one-man band. Which sign does an obstetrician have in the office? Pay as you grow. These are just a sampling of the thousands of jokes that will provide a laugh a minute for anyone who enjoys wholesome humor.
Best-selling inspirational humor author Barbara Johnson combines fun and inspiration in a new pick-me-up book that's chocked full of her patented wit and wisdom, love and laughter and comfort and grace.
This upbeat, humorous book isn't just about guy stuff; it's also about God stuff. Thirty personal devotionals double as springboards for accountability-group discussion with your friends about God's playbook.
Stan Toler serves up a delightful combination of poignant-and hilarious-reminders that God is still at work in the world.
An irreverent collection of essays on motherhood and other female conditions, sharing her take on everything from weddings to mammograms to every woman's never ending quest for one good photo of herself.