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- Forgiveness. "When my marriage needed repair, I noticed at least one creature in our home was quick to forgive."
- Servanthood. "In a selfish culture, my dog's world is centered on others."
- Grace. "Mojo is 14 now. The end is never easy, but she'll leave a legacy of loyalty, commitment, and faithfulness that we'll celebrate for years to come."
As you enjoy these slices of life from a gifted storyteller, you'll notice even more of the important but sometimes easy-to-miss meaning in the daily routines and events of your own life.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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For 14 years, a small, round hound named Mojo provided her reluctant master a front-row seat to life's most profound lessons. With his trademark humor and depth of insight, popular speaker, author, and pet owner Phil Callaway shares stories that showcase such virtues as forgiveness, servanthood, and grace.
Best known for his humorous yet perceptive look at life, award-winning author and speaker Phil Callaway has written more than 25 books, including Making Life Rich Without Any Money. Phil is also a syndicated columnist, the editor of Servant magazine, and a popular speaker for corporations, conferences, camps, and marriage retreats. He would say that his greatest achievement was persuading his wife, his high-school sweetheart, to marry him.
"For decades Phil Callaway has made us think, smile, and thank God. This new book is a welcome event."
Max Lucado, pastor and bestselling author
"Callaway could write about owning a shrew and I'd be entertained, amused, and taught something profound. I had no idea we could learn so much from dogs and have this much fun doing so. This book is tender, uplifting, and funny."
Dr. Kevin Leman, author of Have a Happy Family by Friday
"Dogs teach us about life, death, and everything in between. Phil Callaway supplies the laughter. Don't miss this long walk with a good friend."
Chris Fabry, author and radio host
"I read every word of this book and then wished there were more. I don't have a dog. I have issues sharing my personal space with creatures that don't use toilet paper. But I actually like dogs (don't tell my kids!). Reading Tricks My Dog Taught Me awakened me to the homespun wisdom other peoples' dogs can teach me. Plus, I guffawed so loudly my airplane seatmates wanted in on the joke. Read this book in public, and people will ask you where they can get a copy."
Connie Cavanaugh, author of Following God One Yes at a Time
"A good humorist is like a good surgeonhe makes just the right incision so he can gain access to what's hurting and bring healing. Phil Callaway is a great surgeon. Tricks My Dog Taught Me made me laugh over and over. And in the vulnerability of that laughter, Phil managed to tug at my heart and challenge my soul. This book will stay with you a long timeit's a refreshing and truthful companion on a life-journey that can be scary and exhausting."
Rick Lawrence, executive editor of Group Magazine, author of Sifted and Shrewd
"If laughter is the best medicine, Phil is the best apothecary. In this wonderful book about the goodness of a dog, he serves up humor in huge doses and somehow manages to be profound and hilarious in a single breath. Read this story of the two Mojos, and prepare to get your own mojo back."
Mark Buchanan, author of Your Church Is Too Safe
David SanfordPortland, OregonAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Just the pick-me-up I needed!March 13, 2017David SanfordPortland, OregonAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I've been going through one of life's roller coasters and had all but lost my usually good sense of humor. So, my friend Phil Callaway encouraged me to read this book. I bought it new and wrote back to Phil: "Renee and I have been reading your Dog book aloud. So far, she's not convinced we need to get a new dog. Then again, I'm slightly worried. You're not going to talk me out of it?" Phil immediately wrote back: "Keep reading the book. It gets better. I promise! Mojo is roaming the house right now, clacking her claws on the hardwood, looking for apricots I have hidden. It is a daily ritual that I firmly believe keeps her alive. She walks about 3 miles in 3 rooms of our house, sniffing and snorting. She's closing in on 18 years. Pretty crazy." Yes, his dog is pretty crazy, and I'm so glad I took Phil's advice. Hard-earned pearls of wisdom amid plenty of great humor and good laughs. Just the pick-me-up I needed!