Barbara Borntrager, Author of A Mother Held Hostage, observes that "The Singing Junk-Man records anecdotes from Brunk's life and thoughts from his forty-plus years of pastoring and mentoring. Read how his own God-encounters propelled him to reach out and influence others." Following his well-received first book, That Amazing Junk-Man (DreamSeeker Books, 2007), this sequel continues to pass on Brunk's life and ministry. A natural story-teller, Brunk draws upon a lifetime of personal experiences with many age groups, and people from a wide variety of backgrounds. These are stories of humor, grace, and hope. They often invite readers to laugh or cry. Brunk asks questions and does not always have the answers but hopes that gives readers space to reflect on their own journeys. As Jim Bishop, Columnist, and Public Information Officer, Eastern Mennonite University, puts it, "Hankering for a double shot of inspiration in these troubled times? You'll resonate to these heartfelt stories of real people told by a big man with a big heart and a listening ear--the amazing Truman Brunk Jr."