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At the Corner of Mundane and GraceAt the Corner of Mundane and Grace

Now available in eBook format!

Everyone yearns for the mountaintop. Yet daily experience teaches us that we don't—and probably never could—permanently live at such heights. The opposite is also true. Tragedies touch our lives every now and then. But just like life at the heights, life in "the pit" is not the norm.

The truth is, most of life is lived somewhere between Mt. Everest and the Grand Canyon. We reside at the corner of Mundane and Grace. The bad news? It gets boring and a little tough to keep going. The good news? That's exactly where God wants you.

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The H.I.M. BookThe H.I.M. Book

Now available in eBook format!

Chances are, your husband or boyfriend (also known as a Highly Identifiable Male, or H.I.M.) didn't come with an owner's manual or operating instructions. But the good news is: you are now holding the very next best thing.

  • Does your H.I.M. try to "fix" you, rather than listen to you?
  • Has your H.I.M. shown signs of a mysterious addiction to baseball, ESPN, or the dreaded "remote"?
  • Is your H.I.M. unable to respond to your question, "How do you feel about that?" with anything more than a slack-jawed stare?

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The 77 Habits of Highly Ineffective ChristiansThe 77 Habits of

Highly Ineffective Christians

Do you read the Bible from time to time? Do you pray even when you are not in a crisis? Do you find one of the fruits of the Spirit at work in your life?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you are not a highly ineffective Christian. You need to discover what it takes to move to greater levels of ineffectiveness. This book will show you how.

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Away With the MangerAway With the Manger

It began with a letter. Jackson Grim, newspaper columnist, was wading through his usual pile of hate mail from gun owners, religious wackos and fans of a political talk show when he found it. The letter writer regretted the decision of the Hartville City Council to ban a manger scene on the front lawn of City Hall unless other "Winter Holiday" symbols (Santa, reindeer, snowpersons) were included in the display. Though he was not a religious man himself, Jackson decided to print the letter in his column—a decision he quickly came to regret.

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Spiritually Correct Bedtime StoriesSpiritually Correct Bedtime Stories

What would have happened if the three little pigs had gone to seminary? Or if Prince Charming developed Princess Deficit Disorder? If Beauty and the Beast had studied popular self-help literature and discovered that he was a microwave and she was a crock pot, would the outcome have been different? These are the questions that fill the curious mind of Chris Fabry. His explorations in the world of fable and fairy tale will forever change the way you think about the Brothers Grimm.

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