Poignant, pointed, and rife with good theology, Coffee with Jesus is organized around six themes: getting to know Jesus, spiritual disciplines, relationships, culture, church, and the challenges of life. With exclusive material like twelve-panel mega-strips and "behind the strip" reflections on life, faith and art, Wilkie inventively poses answers to the perpetual Christian speculation, "What would Jesus do?"
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About the Author
David Wilkie is the artist behind the popular online comic strip Coffee with Jesus. He and his wife Katie cofounded Radio Free Babylon, a media creation consortium that produces literature, music, software, web sites and less tangible ideas about life. Dave has held numerous and varied positions in his career, including writer, creative director, producer, musician, on-air talent, clergyman, fax repairman and artist, sometimes all at once.
Table of Contents
1. Come See a Man: Getting to Know Jesus
2. Who Sees What Is Done in Secret: Spiritual Disciplines
3. Do to Others: Relationships
4. Sown Among Thorns: Culture
5. This Against You: Church
6. The Rain Came Down: Suffering, Temptation and Comfort
Seasons & Special Events
Converstions About Coffee with Jesus
About Radio Free Babylon
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I've been reading Coffee With Jesus strips on Facebook for at least the past year. They are clever and funny, and also will challenge your thinking. Jesus "has coffee" with a group of people who are struggling in their lives and in their faith (or lack of faith). A pastor and even ol' Satan himself drops in for a cup. One common criticism of the strip is that Jesus's tone is sometimes snarky, sarcastic or downright condescending. But it that way, the strip also challenges your preconceived notions of Jesus. Whatever the strip is, it's always on target. The book includes strips that have not appeared online.