Glad to have my dear friend Dr. Dave Gibson back on inContext to talk about his new book, In My Father’s Wake: How an Anxious Boy Learned to Love a Difficult Dad.
Hardwon wisdom shrouded in humor, Dave’s storytelling offers belonging, comfort, and a gentle challenge to any (many) of us who bear a father wound.
Dr. Gibson’s Books:
Travel Required: 90 Days of Worry
About Dr. Dave Gibson
Dave Gibson began his sojourn in He Dog, South Dakota, and from there has visited all 50 states, 43 countries, and all the continents—owing to the fact that, like his dad, he is a vagabond. Dave has been a wheat harvester, a freight dock worker, a professional forester, a Bible college teacher, a pastor, and an international missionary. He lives in Eagle, Idaho with Kathi, his wife of 48 years. They have three grown children and 10 grandchildren. Dave invests his time in family, friends, ministry, woodworking, camping, hunting, travel, writing, and the daily pursuit of God. This is Dave’s second book having previously released Travel Required: 90 Days of Worry.
Previous Contributions to inContext:
10 Questions with Dave Gibson: His Unforced Favor
Expectations of Faithfulness: Encouragement from Dave Gibson