Tired of Religion?
A judgmental God who insists you jump through hoops?
Maybe it's time to strip away the religious varnish and see him for the friend he longs to be…
Rendezvous with God - Volume One: A Novel
A reclusive college professor’s life is turned upside down by his impulsive, runaway niece who decides she’s going to live with him. To make matters worse, he begins slipping back in time to watch various Gospel narratives unfold that include off-the-record discussions with Jesus Christ. Soon he realizes his conversations tie directly into the drama, pain, and bitter-sweet comedy of his own life.
Temptation: Rendezvous with God - Volume Two
Join Will Thomas as, with a touch of humor, he continues stumbling his way toward holiness and understanding God’s deep desire for intimate friendship.
As our hero continues his off-the-record visits with Jesus Christ, a best friend draws him onto the wrong side of a moral and political issue. Amidst the drama and chaos, he learns two powerful truths: His identity is not in what he does for a living and it is not in what people think of him. Despite it all, amidst victories and catastrophic failures, he learns his identity, now and forever, is as God’s “deeply loved son.” Join Will Thomas as, with a touch of humor, he continues stumbling his way toward holiness and understanding God’s deep desire for intimate friendship.
Commune: Rendezvous with God - Volume Three
“Find out about prayer. Somebody must find out about prayer.” – Albert Einstein
With the life of his niece’s newborn baby hanging in the balance, our hero continues his off-the-record conversations with Yeshua — sometimes visiting him in Bible times, sometimes amidst the baffling events of his own world. One way or another, through trial and error, and always with a touch of humor, he learns the life-changing truths about prayer:
- What works
- What doesn’t
- What is religious lip-service
- What is true communion with God
Join Will Thomas as he continues stumbling his way toward holiness and, through no fault of his own, an ever-deepening friendship with God.