The Hilarious Book of Heavenly Humor

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Harvest House Publishers, Oct 1, 2011 - Humor - 199 pages

Bestselling jokester Bob Phillips (more than 5.4 million books sold) and godly, goodly humor cartoonist Jonny Hawkins team up to take a lighthearted look at church, Bible characters and events, and faith in this collection that offers a bit of humor for those in the pulpit, pews, and anywhere in between.

Eve: Adam, do you love me?
Adam: Who else?

Question: What caused Abel to feel neglected?
Answer: His parents were raising Cain.

This collection of jokes, quotes, and cartoons, alphabetized and indexed from Abel to Zacchaeus, will be a favorite resource for those who want to freshen their bulletins, newsletters, speeches, or sermons--or just infuse their earthly days with some good clean fun.

Rerelease of The Awesome Book of Heavenly Humor.

 

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User Review  - hdzookeeper - LibraryThing

Not all that funny. Some were pretty dumb. I expected better. Read full review

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User Review  - seabreeze - Christianbook.com

A nice little book of "clean" jokes ....some made me laugh out loud and others didn't. Read full review

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Contents

A
5
B
33
C
43
D
69
E
79
F
81
G
89
H
97
N
135
O
141
P
143
R
163
S
167
T
185
U
193
V
195

I
107
J
109
K
113
L
115
M
125
W
197
Z
199
Harvest House Books by Bob Phillips
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About the author (2011)

Bob Phillips is a marriage, family, and child counselor who has written more than seventy books, including "The Delicate Art of Dancing with Porcupines" and "Anger is a Choice". He has presented leadership seminars worldwide in nineteen countries and has appeared on a number of TV and radio programs across the United States. Bob and his wife of thirty-eight years live in south-central California and have two daughters and three grandsons.

Jonny Hawkins is a full-time cartoonist whose work has appeared in more than 600 publications. He also creates five themed Cartoon-a-Day calendars each year. Jonny and his wife, Carissa, have three children and live in Michigan.

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