Greg Garrett
 
 
has written more than 20 books of fiction, nonfiction, memoir, and translation. His latest books include My Church Is Not Dying: Episcopalians in the 21st Century (Morehouse Publishing, 2015). Professor of English at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where he has received university-wide teaching honors, he also serves as Writer in Residence at the Seminary of the Southwest (where he earned his MDiv) and preaches at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas.  Garrett  is also lead writer for portions of the The Voice Bible project from Thomas Nelson, a weekly columnist on faith and culture for Patheos, and Residential Scholar at Gladstone’s Library in Hawarden, Wales. He has appeared on radio and television here and abroad and regularly teaches, preaches, gives readings, and leads workshops and retreats.
 
Other Selections by Greg Garrett


TitlePublication Date
Connected [ePub Ebook] 04/2009
Crossing Myself 10/2016
Crossing Myself 10/2016
Holy Superheroes! Revised and Expanded Edition 01/2008
My Church Is Not Dying 04/2015
My Church Is Not Dying [ePub Ebook] 03/2015
Stories from The Edge 09/2008
The Gospel According to Hollywood 07/2007
The Other Jesus 02/2011
The Other Jesus [ePub Ebook] 02/2011
The Prodigal 10/2013
The Prodigal 11/2013
The Prodigal 11/2013
The Prodigal 11/2013
The Voice of Psalms Devotional 11/2009
We Get To Carry Each Other 07/2009