New Book "A Christmas Miracle Comes to Holy Nativity” Shares How to Find the Humor in Holiday Stress
Dysfunctional isn't just an adjective regarding crazy family members, divorced parents and relationships, but it can also be the best way to find the humor during the Christmas season.
In Pastor Ken Regan's new book "A Christmas Miracle Comes to Holy Nativity", Regan intertwines his own comical experiences into a fictionAl Small, troublEd Pennsylvania church. Illustrating how to rise above the chaos during the Christmas season, this book showcases how a pastor found his true self within a dysfunctional, but amusing, congregation.
"My book is meant to be an entertaining seasonal story," Regan said. "It does have a serious undertone of rising above limitations to find your true self amongst a diverse group of people."
For pastors, Christians and holiday lovers, "A Christmas Miracle Comes to Holy Nativity" brings a much-needed perspective on the positive impact others can bring to life.
"The holidays aren't just a time of praise, rather, it can be a time for appreciation," Regan said. "I aim to help others see the humor in the dysfunctional aspects of their life because only then, can we truly succeed."
About the author:
Ken Regan has been writing for many years, having his first short story published at the age of 14. He has had several of his plays produced, as well as publishing a book of poetry. Originally from New England, he has been a minister for 30 years and is currently the pastor of Holy Nativity Lutheran Church in Wenonah, N.J. His wife, Christine, is also a minister. They have five grandchildren.
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