About J. A. Bouma
As a former congressional staffer and pastor, and bestselling author of over thirty religious fiction and nonfiction books, he blends a love for ideas and adventure, exploration and discovery, thrill and thought. With graduate degrees in Christian thought and the Bible, and armed with a voracious appetite for most mainstream genres, he tells stories you’ll read with abandon and recommend with pride — exploring the tension of faith and doubt, spirituality and culture, belief and practice, and the gritty drama that is our collective pilgrim story.
When not putting fingers to keyboard, he loves vintage jazz vinyl, a glass of Malbec, and an epic read—preferably together. He lives in Grand Rapids with his wife, two kiddos, and rambunctious boxer-pug-terrier.
Vintage Faith Fiction That Thrills
J. A. Bouma is first and foremost an entertainer, spinning propulsive stories that take readers on an action-packed adventure, delighting and thrilling along the way.
However, these stories are meant to offer a dose of inspiration and information for the journey of faith. They’re definitely not sermons, but you’ll gain a few insights on your adventure!
- Compelling, propulsive thrill 80% 80%
- Insight into faith and life 10% 10%
- Inspiration for the journey 10% 10%
An ancient threat. A sacred relic. A belief that hangs in the balance
A Reimagined Faith
What do you do when the faith you grew up with no longer makes sense?
The year is 2310. The Church is in crisis. The only hope for the future is retrieving the past.