Author Event: Terry Thomas, Religion to Reality, December 2

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Dr. Terry Thomas will be at
Third Place Books
Dr. Terry Thomas’ first book, At Least We Were Married, told his story of love and grief after losing his wife on their honeymoon in a car crash that nearly killed him, too. The book became a bestseller, and he is frequently asked, “What happened next?” 

Religion to Reality reveals how he turned his life into a laboratory to refind his spiritual center. Terry and his colleagues spent years creating house churches, most of which failed, so he decided to return to his roots. Terry entered seminary, became a theology professor, and spent 25-years as a Lutheran minister. 

Terry Thomas lives in Edmonds, grew up in Bellingham and was once Pastor at Redmond’s Faith Lutheran Church.  He offers workshops and presentations on life breakthroughs, coping with grief, and the use of meaningful, practical, common sense spirituality

He will discuss his new book at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park on Friday, December 2, 2011 at 7 pm.

4 comments:,  November 17, 2013 at 12:34 PM  

Hi Terry. Hope you see this—Jack Watts

Anonymous,  January 28, 2014 at 2:55 PM  

Terry i was stunned to see you , the other side of
Terry , i`m not surprised , maybe divine intervention prevail , LORD our GOD @ my GOD give you the gift to change peoples life ... i always hope for the better for you and all your loved ones ..... I will always pray for you .. GODbless .. miss marlene

Anonymous,  November 25, 2023 at 7:54 AM Your former wife Nancy was instrumental in my coming to Christ at Wesleyan College I have tried to locate you Email me and give me a number to contact or an addressplease.I have written a book for young single women called From a Daughter in Disguise to a Daughter in His Eyes by winifred bell I mentioin your wife in 2 chapters relating my testimony Its on amazon respond if you can by email or a phone call 251 786 9349

Anonymous,  November 25, 2023 at 7:58 AM Your book At Least We were Married is a wonderful book I hope you can talk to the President of Wesleyan college where your wife Nancy went about putting it in their bookstore It would help many girls there

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