There is one book in the Bible where God's name does not appear. However, if we look at the story in retrospect, His fingerprints are all over it. So it is sometimes in our lives. Listening to our own stories, we are often able to detect God's hand. In Dusting for God's Fingerprints, stories such as "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride" and "Playing the Hand You're Dealt" point in directions where prints may be found. "Adam and Eve Up a Tree" and "Remembering to Laugh" give biblical insights into how to look for those fingerprints, and "Nicaraguan Epiphanies," "Redemptive Winks," and "The Language of Grace (As Overheard in a Blues Club)" are stories that help us catch glimpses of God's hand in our lives when none seems apparent, and "Joey's Equation" (forgiveness), "Sam's Club" (compassion), and "The Lion Lady" (kindness) give us tools to remove obstacles to finding prints. "The Dawn of the Remarkable" reveals the one fingerprint that gives hope in making sense of it all-and finally the dots are connected in a Theo-poetic jazz rendering of "Dusting for God's Fingerprints."