Books From Peter DeHaan
Women of the Bible: The Victorious, the Victims, the Virtuous, and the Vicious
The truth is, the Bible has story after story about how fascinating women are. They’re more nuanced than men, have profound insights we often overlook, and can teach us wisdom that both sexes need to hear.
Women of the Bible digs deep into these Bible stories and uncovers how they rise above their circumstances—even though society pushes them down.
95 Tweets: Celebrating Martin Luther in the 21st Century
Most Protestants have heard of Martin Luther, but they know little more. In 95 Tweets discover what Luther said in his history-changing document that people talk about but have never read.
How Big is Your Tent? A Call for Christian Unity, Tolerance, and Love
Consider Christian unity, tolerance, and love in How Big is Your Tent?
This groundbreaking book will challenge the way you think about Christian unity. Redefine your definition of tolerance. Show you what love in action looks like. And it just might help you see how big your tent can grow.
Upcoming Books From Peter DeHaan
52 Churches: A Yearlong Journey Encountering God, His Church, and Our Common Faith (target publication fall 2018)
Dear Theophilus: A 40 Day Devotional Exploring the Life of Jesus through the Gospel of Luke (target publication winter 2018)
Dear Theophilus Acts: 40 Insights from the Book of Acts for Today’s Church
Woodpecker Wars: Discovering the Spirituality of Everyday Life
Several Anthologies include the work of Peter DeHaan
My writing appears in multiple anthologies. (An anthology is a book containing work from several authors.)
These anthologies include my work:
- Christmas Presence has two of my short stories:
- “Best Christmas Ever” and
- “A Future Hope.”
- The Transformation Project concludes with my personal essay “The Seven Transformations of Peter DeHaan.”
- Imagine This! An ArtPrize Anthology has my poem “Why I Write.”
Discover more about the anthologies that include Peter DeHaan’s writing.
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