SOURCE: Kirkpatrick Communications, Inc.

November 02, 2016 12:50 ET

Christian Book of Essays, Lumberjack Jesus, Published by Santa Barbara Author Bruce Kirkpatrick

Christian memoir available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and other retailers

SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - November 02, 2016) - Author Bruce Kirkpatrick of Santa Barbara recently released a Christian memoir titled Lumberjack Jesus: How to Develop Faith Despite Pitfalls, Roadblocks, Stupidity and Prejudice. Published by Written Dreams Publishing of Green Bay, WI, the series of essays capture the author's Christian faith in stories about his life. Jesus comes alive to Kirkpatrick in stories about the Vietnam War, cowboy movies, wrestling matches, and chemistry sets.

Lumberjack Jesus is available in hard cover, paperback and electronic versions at the publisher's website (www.writtendreams.com), Kirkpatrick's website, and wherever books are sold including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and Apple iTunes.

Reviews for Lumberjack Jesus
"Self-scrutiny takes courage since what we see first can be daunting: darker motives, such as greed, lust, envy and laziness that mire us in self-condemnation. But, as Bruce Kirkpatrick writes so bravely in his memoir Lumberjack Jesus, the Lord's guidance can deliver us from the pit of pain, lifting us up with the love that passes all understanding." - Nancy Anderson, Author of Work with Passion

"The author beautifully weaves situation from his life with stories from the Bible to underline and explain the understanding of his faith. An enjoyable read." - Diamante Lavender, Award-winning author of Breaking the Silence

About the Author
Bruce Kirkpatrick spent over 30 years in Silicon Valley as an executive and entrepreneur. Since his move to Southern California, he now divides his time between writing and serving on nonprofit boards of directors, including Christian Education Development Company and Extollo International. His nonprofit work includes helping to train Haitian men and women in employable skills, so that they can find jobs, feed their families and have hope for the future. His first novel, Hard Left, was published in 2007. www.bkirkpatrick.com

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