Travels in a Tree House


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About this book

In a collection of separate, mostly unrelated essays written for his newspaper column over many years, Workman charms with his grace, comforts with his wisdom and makes us smile with his wit. Like his previous collections of inspirational columns, Open Windows and Fireflies in a Fruitjar, this is a book to be read and given as a gift to those we love.

About the author

John S. Workman is an ordained minister in the North Arkansas Conference of the United Methodist Church. He served as editor of the Arkansas Methodist, the official newspaper for the denomination in Arkansas, and was religion editor for the Arkansas Gazette and later a weekly columnist for that paper and then the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He has previously published two books: Fireflies in a Fruit Jar and Open Windows.


Praise for John S. Workman:


“A splendid interpreter of the faith.”

—Richard B. Wilke, United Methodist Bishop, Arkansas


“[This] is the kind of book for birthday presents, Christmas gifts and just because we want to share [Workman’s] writings with those we love.”

—Bob Sells, Sells and Clark


“[Travels in a Treehouse] captures the relationship between religion and everyday life; it is sprinkled with joy and humor; it is appealing to men and women in all walks of life.”

—Andrew J. McDonald, Bishop Emeritus Diocese of Little Rock