If you have a boy in your life that you care about (son, grandson, students, boys on a team you coach, etc.), you will want to listen in on a fascinating discussion I’m having next week with Stephen James and David Thomas about “Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys.”
On Tuesday, November 18, I will be conducting a Virtual Book Tour with New York Times best-selling author, Dinesh D’Souza, about his book, What’s So Great about Christianity, which just came out in paperback after being on the best-seller lists for months.You’re invited, of course!
The way these “Virtual Book Tours” work is you an ask the author a question ahead of time on a special web page. Doing so also signs you up and you’ll receive all the call-on details–as well as the free first chapter of the book, so you can get started reading it right away.
You’ll be able to listen to the live call via phone or your computer (no long-distance charges with the latter).
And if you can’t make the live call on Tuesday evening, if you sign up you’ll get the link for the recording, so you can listen at your convenience.
One of the things I “do for a living” is work with publishers and authors to get the word out about their books through something called a “Virtual Book Tour.”
I’d like to invite you to one I’m doing in just a few days.
If you’re a leader of any stripe (parent, educator, church leader, community leader, manager, etc.), tune in on October 28 to listen to my interview with Nancy Ortberg, author, speaker, teaching pastor, and business consultant.
As is typical with Virtual Book Tours, you can ask Nancy Ortberg questions ahead of time. So go ahead–ask Nancy any question you have on how to unleash leadership potential—in yourself or others.
Nancy will answer questions—perhaps yours!—in the upcoming Virtual Book Tour that you can attend via your phone or even computer. Rather than driving somewhere to a physical book tour to hear Nancy talk about her new book, Unleashing the Power of Rubber Bands: Lessons in Non-Linear Leadership(or missing it altogether because it’s not in your town), you get to hear her either live, or later via replay—from the comfort of your own home!
When you sign up, you’ll also get an excerpt from the book to get you started.
I think when you hear the passion in these men’s voices, it will be clear that their intent is the revitalization of the church of Jesus Christ.
This book has changed the way I experience my own church service. Honestly, it’s a book to grapple with. In fact, as I said in the interview, I firmly believe you need to read this WITH other people in your church. So get more than one copy. If possible, get a group from your church to read it together. There’s a study guide available, as well as another bonus you’ll find out about when you check out the replay.
May you be blessed with new insights into God’s grace as you contemplate the events of Holy Week.