A God Named Josh is a biography about the human life of Jesus of Nazareth. Packed with history, archaeology, philosophy, theology, and more than 1,000 Scripture references, it paints a picture of Christ we’ve never seen before (and reveals the secretive crime family who actually killed him.)
In Praise of Baldness is a silly passion project about a serious subject. If you like Ryan Holiday, Alain de Botton, Michel de Montaigne, Voltaire, or François de La Rochefoucauld, you’ll love this book.
The Road to Dawn is the definitive biography of Josiah Henson, a dynamic leader who overcame incredible odds to escape from slavery and was later immortalized by Harriet Beecher Stowe in her novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
Bearded Gospel Men is a devotional that men might actually read. Packed with humor and history, BGM profiles 31 epic dudes throughout history who lived their faith in unbelievable ways (and also happened to grow their own neck scarves.)
A Year of Living Prayerfully chronicles my 37,000-mile pilgrimage around the world, during which I met Pope Francis, walked on coals, danced with rabbis, visited North Korea, and discovered a world of life-changing (and downright weird) prayer traditions.