The short story Letters from Damascus is a fictional account of the Apostle Paul's time in Damascus following his encounter with Jesus. Told in the form of letters to and from Paul, the story brings a plausible human touch to the most famous conversion of all time. Originally published in the anthology Birds of Passage, Letters from Damascus is now available as a stand-alone work in paperback format.
What do an English Lit teacher, a British veterinarian, an ex-pastor, an alcoholic librarian and a jobless millennial have in common? Good question. A first place award-winner in both the 2017 CIPA EVVY Awards and the 2017 Red City Review Awards, and a Silver Medal winner in the 2018 Illumination Book Awards, The Gills Creek Five brings a comic blend of characters into one setting for a most unusual men's small group. The story's ranging, witty and heartfelt dialog will prove enjoyable for readers already familiar with Greg M. Dodd's other works and new readers, alike. So, pour a cup of coffee, pull up a chair and enjoy the conversation.
Some time has passed since Dane, Sam, Rett, Emile and Martin gathered for a rather unusual study group in Greg's
award-winning play, The Gills Creek Five. The Lost Bean is a fitting epilogue to their story, moving the characters on, providing closure and hope where needed and, above all, providing time together with friends.
Life with children is filled with precious, precocious moments. In this anthology, Greg's short story "It Was Worth It" paints a touching and inspiring father-son moment. Works from 44 other authors tell of adults teaching children, children teaching adults and - best of all - the awareness that God does indeed know and care. He's waiting with open arms, ready to show us the beauty in life, often through a child.
Twelve-year-old Tom is sent by his parents to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle against his wishes. But the next three months will define much of his life that follows, and forever alter the lives of those around him. A heart-warming coming of age story set in Pawleys Island, SC.
Winner of the Illumination Book Awards 2015 Enduring Light Silver Medal for Christian Fiction, Greg M. Dodd's debut novel, A Seed for the Harvest, is an honest, touching, and sometimes humorous portrayal of the transforming power of faith in Jesus Christ. Within its pages lies a powerful and challenging story full of diverse, engaging characters whose lives are woven together through times of innocence, depravity, joy and heartbreak.
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