Three Dummies in a Dinghy is the third instalment of the Stories of Life series.
In it, ordinary Australians share their extraordinary stories of faith and life. Some tales are humourous, others are entertaining and upbeat. But not all are happy stories. Many writers describe how they were found by a loving God in the midst of doubts and great suffering, and the circumstances don’t always get easier. But the message still comes through loud and clear that God is faithful, near and active in the lives of ordinary people.
We discover that there are unsung heroes of all kinds among us. With their encouragement we can open our eyes a little wider, see more clearly, and trust more deeply in the boundless kindness of our Lord.
About the editors
Claire Bell has had numerous poems and short stories published, including her first novel, The Golden Hour (Stone Table Books, 2017). She completed the Master of Arts in Creative Writing at Tabor College, Adelaide and spent several years there teaching and supervising in the program. She blogs at The Character Forge (clairebelberg.wordpress.com).
James Cooper is Head of Creative Writing at Tabor College, Adelaide, where he has taught writing for ten years. An active writer of both fiction and poetry, James’ work has been published in journals both locally and overseas. He has edited and co-edited numerous anthologies, including Tales from the Upper Room and the Stories of Life collections. His YA novel Never Let Go was shortlisted in 2016 for the Text Prize.
Mark Worthing is pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in North Adelaide. His book Martin Luther. A Wild Boar in the Lord’s Vineyard (Morning Star Publishing, 2017) was shortlisted for the 2018 Christian Book of the Year Award. His most recent works include The Winter Fae. A Fantasy Novella (Stone Table Books, 2018); and Iscariot (Morning Star 2018).