In this book of his personal reflections, David helps us to see God in a range of situations that are often funny, sometimes painful, occasionally toe-curlingly embarrassing.
Related with characteristically self-deprecating humour, the stories in this volume range from his moving account of visiting war graves in France to the hilarious account of his “Mr Bean in a ballet” moment in California.
With self-deprecating humour, David tells gentle stories that describe a powerful Spirit at work in his life.
- Fr Christopher Jamison OSB
In this book you are invited to listen to a master storyteller uncover the beauty of ordinary time.
- Fr Denis McBride CSsR
… anyone who reads this book can get to know David, be spiritually uplifted, and feel happy being just as God made them.
- Most Reverend Malcolm McMahon, Archbishop of Liverpool
I am sure this book of reflections will help many in their own following of Jesus Christ.
- Right Reverend Mark O’Toole, Bishop of Plymouth
This is a book from which everyone can benefit, from the seasoned preacher to the tentative inquirer.
- Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP
… the reader is at once charmed and cajoled into seeing differently, thinking differently and acting differently.
- Dr Anthony Towey, the Aquinas Centre