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Stop Laughing: I'm trying to make a point



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By Kim Peckham

ISBN: 9780812704754 | 144 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2008

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Kim Peckham confronts life’s many quirks with lighthearted insight and a twist of wisdom.

“I’ve prayed for God to stop me from saying anything unkind. I’m not sure how that sort of prayer gets answered. Will I wake up one morning talking like Jimmy Carter? Or will God take the easy way out and just wire my jaw shut?”

“Worry is a part of life. Especially if you’re a church greeter during cold and flu season.”

“I have 100 billion brain cells. My question is: ‘What do they do with their time?’  They certainly aren’t remembering where I left my cell phone.”

“Suffer the little children—unless you can afford a sitter.”

“Solomon forgot to mention that a wife who is more precious than rubies is a wife who can tell you where you left your car keys.”

“There was no money in the Garden of Eden. Which was fine, because Adam would have been stumped for a place to keep a wallet.”

 

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Kim Peckham confronts life’s many quirks with lighthearted insight and a twist of wisdom.

“I’ve prayed for God to stop me from saying anything unkind. I’m not sure how that sort of prayer gets answered. Will I wake up one morning talking like Jimmy Carter? Or will God take the easy way out and just wire my jaw shut?”

“Worry is a part of life. Especially if you’re a church greeter during cold and flu season.”

“I have 100 billion brain cells. My question is: ‘What do they do with their time?’  They certainly aren’t remembering where I left my cell phone.”

“Suffer the little children—unless you can afford a sitter.”

“Solomon forgot to mention that a wife who is more precious than rubies is a wife who can tell you where you left your car keys.”

“There was no money in the Garden of Eden. Which was fine, because Adam would have been stumped for a place to keep a wallet.”

 

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Item Format Paperback Book
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Pages 144
Author Kim Peckham
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Language ENG
Book Group TRA
Title Alpha Stop Laughing women of spirit funny laugh laughter humor humour
Title Catalog Stop Laughing: I'm trying to make a point
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Author Code 2309
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Year Published 02/25/2008
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Kim Peckham


KIM PECKHAM is known around the world for his offbeat wisdom. So far, his hometown does not boast a commemora­tive plaque honoring him, but there’s still time. He resides in Sharpsburg, Maryland, with his beautiful wife, Lori, and their son, Reef.