Today I am excited to interview Dave Arnold who has launched his first book, Pilgrims of the Alley on Amazon, just this week. It is available both on Paperback and as a Kindle Edition.
He shares a message of hope and how to thrive in purpose as Christians despite being in a fallen world where we constantly feel out of place. This message resonates with what we share on this blog.
Without further ado, let us get to meet Dave and know more about his newly released book:
|Pilgrims of the Alley - Book Cover|
If I could sum up my book in one word, it would be the word hope.
First is disorientation. Disorientation is the initial “shock” of living in a foreign environment. The challenges of language, culture, finding a job, etc. are at the forefront. Similarly, as followers of Jesus, we often feel disoriented in life – as if we are trying to navigate through a foreign and (often) difficult environment.
Maureen: Does life work out the way we think it should Dave? What has been your experience and how are we to live even if life doesn’t work out?
In fact, if you buy the book this week (Book Launch Week, Feb. 18-24), you will receive some bonus items (a really good video about World Relief, a refugee organization that is helping the poor and displaced all over the world, and a PDF of the book. In addition, you will be eligible to enter a contest to win free Starbucks gift cards and eBooks.
To get the bonus items and enter the contest, you must send Dave the receipt of the book. You can email him the receipt at email@example.com
Question : Are you a pilgrim of the alley? (Please share on the comments section and check out the book on Amazon)