Wayne Frazier is clueless about the trouble heading his way. If only he’d broken the law or gotten fired from his job, maybe he would understand the predicament he faces. But, as he soon will find out, he has bigger problems than he can imagine because he messed up with the very person he can least afford to disappoint. By not listening to his wife, he has stirred up a hornet’s nest of trouble and it may just cost him his marriage. And to make matter worse, he will learn the hard way that there are real good reasons why he and other Christians should go to church.
Kevin is an author and entrepreneur who especially loves the creative process of writing. He has been writing for over fifteen years and has eight books to his credit. His published works include several non-fiction projects on a variety of topics such as Christian singleness, a spiritually based motivation book, a coffee table book honoring local senior women at his home church, a Mother’s Day coffee table book and a history of how the Bible came to be. His first fiction book is a witty and entertaining look at one man’s journey to rediscovering an authentic relationship with Christ. His second book centers on one woman’s pursuit of justice with a tinge of revenge in a small, fictional town in SC. He prides himself on writing projects that are different from each other and interesting.
Born in Florida and raised in New Jersey, Kevin lives in Columbia, SC where he is always on a search for the next great interesting book to write. His future projects may be a novel that highlights an ironic twist or a non-fiction work that has something to do with the Bible.
Wayne doesn't know it yet, but he's being played. He was told that he was attending an awards banquet to receive an unspecified award. In this excerpt, he still thinks he can get through this mysterious program in time to head to the gym afterwards. Well, it's been said that God works in mysterious ways. So does Wayne's wife, as it turns out!
Warning: reading this funny and enjoyable book may make you forget that it is a serious book on why Christians of all people should go to church.
The Revelations of Another Jesus Bumper
“Great!” I thought to myself. “This won’t take long at all. We’ll get our awards and listen to a boring speech, probably from Rev. Dr. Fancy suits himself. Then we’ll chew on some rubber chicken; shake a few hands including me sneaking a hug from Cutie Pie three rows ahead. A holy ghost hug of course!Then bang, we will be free. Maybe we’ll be able to get out of here just in time for me to drop by the gym for a workout since I had to break my normal routine of an early morning exercise session so I could make it to this conference by 8 o’clock.”