"I'm an old cat who has used up eight of his nine lives. There isn't a heck of lot I can do for myself, and I'm certainly not saying these things for God's sake...so I must be saying them for my fellow man."
If you've ever sat in the living room with your grandpa, you'll love author David LaPorte's Spitting in the Wind: Uncommon Sense in a World Gone Mad. If not, it's time to see what you're missing. Equal parts wit, wisdom, and rant, Spitting in the Wind will make you laugh, make you think, and make you mad—sometimes all at the same time. These thoughts on God, love, life, and the sorry state of our nation will challenge even the most discerning reader to think in new ways.
David experienced love at an early age and was raised by a deeply religious mother. He searched the scriptures to see what he could learn about love and found it in the life of Jesus. Spitting in the Wind is David's endeavor to inspire churches and people to come together to bring about spiritual change—in ourselves first and then in our government. Pull up a chair. Grandpa's about to start.