Author Event with John Pavlovitz

Sunday, April 14, 2019 - 3:00pm

Join us, along with The Compassion Project, in welcoming pastor, blogger, and author John Pavlovitz, in talk about the state of the world and the values of the leaders tasked with repairing it. Holding tightly to hope, his new book, Hope and Other Superpowers: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto, is an impassioned plea for his followers to do the same

More about Hope and Other Superpowers

Overwhelmed by the news cycle and the state of affairs in our world? Pastor, blogger, and powerful voice in the Resistance, John Pavlovitz has the answer: this rousing and Hope and Other Superpowersinspirational guide, drawing from lessons of our favorite superheroes, for how we can band together, live more heroically (and meaningfully), and save the world.

It’s exhausting to give a damn these days, isn’t it? Perhaps you’re feeling anguished about what you see on the news or in your social media timeline, or by your personal circumstances, and are paralyzed waiting for political or religious leaders, or celebrities, to rescue us from it all.

But what if you didn’t have to wait for someone else? What if you could be the hero? This book—a spirited call to action—shows you how.

In these pages, John offers a path away from the vitriol and toward com­passion, and a plan to transform our burdens into dreams and our outrage into activism. Drawing from lessons of beloved fictional superheroes, John shows us how to identify our origin story, build protective suits of armor, guard against our personal kryptonite, and vanquish our villains. He also identifies ten specific “superpowers” that we can enlist to make our lives and our world better. Along the way, he shares inspiring anecdotes and profiles about ordinary people who saw a gap in the world in empathy or kindness or gratitude and decided to fill it.

More about John Pavlovitz

Author John PavlovitzJohn Pavlovitz is a pastor and blogger from Wake Forest, North Carolina. In the past two years his blog, Stuff That Needs To Be Said, has reached a diverse audience of millions of people throughout the world, with an average monthly readership of over a million people. His home church, North Raleigh Community Church, is a growing, nontraditional Christian community dedicated to radical hospitality, mutual respect, and diversity of doctrine. John is a regular contributor to Huffington PostRelevant Magazine, Scary Mommy, ChurchLeaders.com, and The Good Men Project.

Event Guidelines

This event is free and open to the public. Most of our events are held upstairs, but we do not have an elevator. To join the signing line and have books signed by the author at this event, please consider purchasing your copy of Hope and Other Superpowers from Country Bookshelf, either in-store, over the phone, or online (scroll down). By purchasing your book from Country Bookshelf, you are not only supporting a locally owned, independent business, but you are also showing publishers that they should continue sending authors to Country Bookshelf. The author's previous titles will be available for purchase at the event as supplies last.

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Can't make it to the event, but still want to purchase an autographed or personalized book? Place your order below, enter "signed copy" plus any personalization details in the comments section of your order, and we'll have the author sign your books and ship them to you after the event!

 

Hope and Other Superpowers: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto Cover Image
$20.00
ISBN: 9781501179655
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Simon & Schuster - November 6th, 2018

Event address: 
Country Bookshelf
28 West Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715