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  • Who Put the Skunk in the Trunk?
  • Written by Phil Callaway
  • Format: Trade Paperback | ISBN: 9781576735763
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Who Put the Skunk in the Trunk?

Learning to Laugh When Life Stinks

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Sometimes life just stinks -- people disappoint, bad things happen, and hardship comes. Who Put the Skunk in the Trunk? is a collection of stories that shows the difference between those who resign and those who rejoice when reality bites. Readers will be encouraged to choose joy, to find hope, and to discover the abundant life Christ offers all who follow Him. Author and humorist Phil Callaway -- once described as "Dave Barry with a message" -- employs his revealing and hilarious style to remind readers that "It's always darkest just before the fridge door opens."
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Phil Callaway - Who Put the Skunk in the Trunk?
Phil Callaway is an award-winning author known worldwide for his humorous yet perceptive look at life. He is president of Laugh and Learn, Inc., and the author of twenty books, including Laughing Matters and Family Squeeze. Callaway is a wildly popular speaker who keeps being asked to appear at churches, couples’ nights out, healthcare conventions, and corporate events. He also is a repeat guest on national radio and television shows. Phil and his wife, Ramona, have three grown children.

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