Small Things Big Things, Inspiring Stories of Everyday Grace

I’ll stand by my comments on the cover of this book. “Who says that theology is dull and too other worldly. They must not be referring to this book.” In these 52 pithy sections, Milton shares with us some of his life impacting situations including some of his griefs, trials, joys, and other aspects of his life. You will smile and you may even experience a tear as you read. He is open honest and clear about God’s goodness throughout the book.

Each of the 52 sections is only two to three pages. An easy read book that you will enjoy and will also find in it a book that can easily and freely be shared with a friend. Having recently read and reviewed in this issue a book honoring J. I. Packer and hearing Packer and other contributors reference Packer’s theological methodology in keeping theology practical and applied, I thought how this book is a cleat step in that direction.

As Milton continues to establish himself as a writer, this book will greatly assist him in that task. For a real blessing I encourage you to read this book. You will even find illustrations for your preaching and teaching as well as for your everyday Christian living.

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Charles Dunahoo pastored churches in Georgia and Alabama before being called to his present position as Coordinator for the PCA of Christian Education and Publications (CEP).

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