Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Dinner with a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory (and a Giveaway!)


Dinner with a Perfect Stranger by David Gregory is a sweet, short story that is about Nick, a man who recieves an invitation to dinner with Jesus. Nick is struggling in his job and in his marriage and has a chip on his shoulder. He wants nothing to do with religion or Jesus. After recieving the invitation to dinner, he believes that some co-workers have set up a practical joke, so he follows through.

What he finds at the restaraunt is not a practical joke, although it takes him a while to realize this. He goes through a whole meal talking with Jesus about historical events surrounding Jesus' life, death and resurrection and even talks about his own struggles with doubt, faith and pain. Dinner with a Perfect Stranger may be just the thing to change Nick's life forever!

It is a wonderful book for men and women of all ages. It's an easy and quick read and it makes the reader think about his own faith, doubt and pain in a new light.

It is available for purchase here: Dinner with a Perfect Stranger.

ALSO, I have 1 copy to give away!
Just leave me a note that you are interested in winning and on March 9th, I will draw a winner.

6 comments:

  1. sounds like a good book Ladette, please enter me ~Cindy L~

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  2. momaoge (or momadonna) or donna here, to add my name......

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  3. Wouldn't it be great to have a dinner invitation with Jesus, I have often ask for Him to just come sit with me and talk to me - the answer He does if we only ask. Please enter me in your give-away.

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  4. You know how I like to read, and this sounds like a great book. We tend to like the same things. Please enter me in the drawing.

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  5. LaDette:
    Please enter me in the contest. TBN did a short movie based on the book not too long ago but the invitation was given to a woman not a man. It was awesome to see someone having dinner with Jesus! Thinking of all of you and praying for your loss of your Nanny. I know it was hard on you that you could not be here with your family. Tell the kids we said Hi!
    Kim & Anthony
    kkb42995@yahoo.com

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  6. I'm interested in winning this book. Thanks Ladette! Betty

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