This is a beautiful, honest, wise and liberating book that reflects the soul of its author. Anyone would enjoy Bitten by a Camel for its pitch-perfect prose and humane honesty, but people from the Evangelical background Kent and I share will find it more than enjoyable. For them, it will feel like a lifeboat after a shipwreck, a cure for a chronic disease, or a path through a forest where you’ve been lost for a long time.
Brian D. McLaren

Like all the best spiritual memoirs, this book is more about mystery than certainty, more about unknowing than driving stakes into the ground. If you’re in the aching, foggy middle of a spiritual transformation, I think this beautiful book might be good company along the way. I appreciate my friend Kent’s wisdom, bravery and honesty in the pages, and I believe you will, too.
Shauna Neiquist


July 31, Book Release Party with musical guests The MuteFlutes @ Long Road Distillers, Grand Rapids MI, doors open 6:30pm, 7-9pm  

August 1, Barnes & Noble at Rivertown Crossings Mall, Reading and Q & A, Grandville MI 7-9pm

August 2, Books and Mortar, Reading and Conversation - Limited Space 955 Cherry Street, Grand Rapids MI 6-7pm 

August 3, Schuler Books and Music, Reading and Q & A, 28th Street Grand Rapids MI 7pm 

August 6, Solomon's Porch, Minneapolis MN

August 20, C3, Grand Haven MI, 10am

August 27, Boom Town Church, 600 7th St NW, Grand Rapids MI 10am

September 17, Denver Community Church, 10am