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Are people leaving the church because they reject the faith or
because they're rejecting the faith they've seen? Through stories
of real people featured in the book Inciting
Incidents, this theatre‐of‐the‐mind experience guides
listeners through several life‐altering moments in hopes that many
will come to see unexpected turns as necessary ingredients for
deeper peace and enormous growth that will draw them closer to God
instead of push Him away.
For slower Internet connections, you can download a lower quality file here.
||Incident 1: David Wenzel has just received news his life will end in a matter of years but this doesn’t stop him from turning a tragedy into a good story.
||Incident 2: As a teenager the last thing Tracee Persiko expected when walking out of the shower was to find her mother weeping and her father nowhere to be seen.
||Incident 3: Already successful in his stage career, the future looks promising for Blaine Hogan; that is, until his life spins out of control en route to a show and forces him to deal with a troubling past.
||Incident 4: Jeff Goins' eye‐opening day with a homeless man wrecks him to the point of no longer being prone to sitting on the sidelines.
Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live!,
two hours of spiritual encouragement from his backyard radio fence.
The program challenges listeners to think biblically about their
spiritual journeys. Chris is also the author of the Christy
Award-winning novel Dogwood, June
Bug and 2011 ECPA Christian Book Award-winner in the
Fiction category, Almost Heaven. He and his family
live near Tucson, Ariz. To find out more, please visit
Chris's website. To hear more from Inciting Incidents Host Chris Fabry, listen to his daily program Chris Fabry Live!
Inciting Incidents combines the unique stories
from six creatives (artists, musicians, writers, thinkers, and
leaders) managing the tensions between their faith, their place in
life, and their work as artists. It is a collective call to face
life's imperfections and difficulties while attempting to do the
great things we all want to do. By capturing this next generation's
battle between idealism and reality—which is where so many of us
find ourselves existing each day—these storytellers pave the way
for a better understanding of those moments that truly shape
Continue the experience at IncitingIncidents.org. You'll find the contributors' blogs, a timeline of the Inciting Incidents project and a place to share your own story.