High-power tech executive, Steven Kerner, is living the American dream in Southern California. But he isnt enjoying it. After another fight with his wife, he finds himself at a seedy bar far from home where an eccentric mystery man named Andy Monroe reveals that he knows more about Steven than he might suspect.
When Steven drives home, his bottled pain ignites in anger, and his wife kicks him out to work out his anger and controlling issues on his own. Reluctantly, Steven begins driving around with Andy in his 1970 Chevy Electra convertible, unravelling his tightly-wound world, and leading to a series of frustrating and painful encounters intended to help Steven let go of his tight grip on fear, shame, relationships, and control. Through the genuine friendship that develops, and the grace and love of a God whos been patiently directing him to it, Steven finally accepts the very thing hes needed all along.
A fictionalized version of a true story of healing, the profound but simple steps move from awakening to ones emotions, to exchanging safety for messy vulnerability, and finally to transforming from self-focus to the destiny God intended. An unusually powerful story of challenging ones fears and encouraging deep trust, Bos Café is a model journey for all who struggle with unresolved anger, trust issues, and a performance-based life. There is a fuller, more authentic way of living, and this semi-fictional journey of healing shows the way to find it through Gods unbridled grace.
Bo's Cafe is recommended by Wm Paul Young, author of The Shack.
John Lynch is a talented and humorous communicator, and a vital member of the TrueFaced staff. Everymonth, thousands listen to Johns vulnerable teaching on podcast, which originates from Open Door Fellowship, where he also serves as a teaching pastor. John is a co-founder and creative playwright for a theatre troupe in Phoenix, AZ.
Bill Thrall is a leader of leaders, whose wisdom is sought out by many in various professions. Bills has co-authored the classic TrueFaced, The Ascent of a Leader, and The High-Trust Culture with his friends John and Bruce. Bill continues to mentor and speak internationally on issues of trust, authenticity, integrity, and legacy.
Bruce McNicol is a master at helping people understand the freedom of grace through metaphors and stories, which fill the best-selling TrueFaced resources. Bruce speaks internationally and leads the TrueFaced organization (truefaced.com), whose vision is to multiply tens of thousands of communities of grace around the world.
Bo's Cafe by Bill Thrall; Bruce McNicol; John Lynch was published by Hodder and Stoughton in November 2009 and is our 32942nd best seller. The ISBN for Bo's Cafe is 9781935170044.