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Writer’s bio

B o M. White was raised in Illinois and his work has taken him to over forty countries in both faith-based service and international education.

He's recently been an international educator at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and currently serves at the Center for Global Engagement at Baylor University. A student of leadership, he seeks to nurture a curiosity for ideas and culture within a passion for keeping grace at the center of life and work.

Frequently, he is told that his works should be continued in ongoing conversations involving ideas and grace over coffee.

A Time to Question Everything

Print Length: 116 pages
Publisher: Wipf & Stock, an Imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers (July 9, 2018)
Publication Date: July 9, 2018
Language: English

"Engaging, endearing, and refeshingly down-to-earth, A Time to Question Everything invites the reader into one man's very real and very human life - and God's constant grace in the midst of it. The title is thankfully no misnomer: White embraces uncertainty with courage and charm, challenging our assumptions of what Christianity is like by giving scores of everyday examples. A wonderful and deeply edifying addition to the conversation on grace in the Christian life."

-- DAVID ZAHIL, Director, Mockingbird Ministries

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