A Box of Delights

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J. John Stibbe
Monarch, 2002 - Religion - 223 pages
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This wonderful storehouse of jokes and stories is a veritable treasure chest from two of Britain's best-loved Christian communicators. Intended originally for use by preachers, this inspiring and thought-provoking collection proved so enjoyable that it is now presented for a wider audience.

Although much is humorous, some material reaches for the heart rather than the funny bone. Some of the 400+ individual entries are longer selections while others are quick quips, but all of it entertains with a purpose.

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This book is dreadful. Although it has the occasional useful story, it is mostly filled with painfully trite comments and a dozens of off-colour jokes. Many of those jokes I would be embarassed to ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

J. John is an international speaker and writer, and director of the Philo Trust. He is a creative Christian speaker with an appeal that transcends gender, age, race, culture, and occupation. His much-loved art of storytelling helps people to discover spiritual meaning in a way that makes sense of everyday life. J. John has authored over fifty titles, and over a million copies of his books are in print in thirteen languages

The Rev. Dr. Mark Stibbe leads the Father's House Trust, based in Watford. He has written many books and is a popular speaker both in the United Kingdom and throughout the rest of Europe. He is a frequent visitor to North America and has recently set up a US office.

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