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Howard R. Macy, Professor Emeritus of Religion and Biblical Studies at George Fox University, received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. In his university teaching he has specialized in both the Old Testament and spiritual formation. As a Friends minister Howard has also led many workshops and retreats in camp and church settings. His other books include Rhythms of the Inner Life: Yearning for Closeness with God and Stepping in the Light: Life in Joy and Power. Readers can follow him at www.laughingpilgrims.com.

This funny and practical book shows how humor can help us know who we are, how to live well, and why “saints” can laugh a lot. Humor is an important and often overlooked part of the spiritual life. And often, people use humor in ways that seem to be disconnected from their faith. In many practical ways, this book explores the question, “What would happen if our humor were to grow out of our dearest values?” It shows how humor can help us discover ourselves, how we can walk cheerfully day to day, and how we can use humor in reading Scripture, in growing to maturity in ordinary Christian living, and in coming to know deeply the fullness of God’s love and joy.

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This funny and practical book shows how humor can help us know who we are, how to live well, and why “saints” can laugh a lot. Humor is an important and often overlooked part of the spiritual life. And often, people use humor in ways that seem to be disconnected from their faith. In many practical ways, this book explores the question, “What would happen if our humor were to grow out of our dearest values?” It shows how humor can help us discover ourselves, how we can walk cheerfully day to day, and how we can use humor in reading Scripture, in growing to maturity in ordinary Christian living, and in coming to know deeply the fullness of God’s love and joy.