Tim Stafford, senior writer for Christianity Today and author of the book, Never Mind the Joneses, talks with Dennis Rainey about family culture and the way it shapes our identity.
Tim Stafford is a freelance writer and Senior Writer for Christianity Today Magazine. He’s written more than twenty books, both fiction and non-fiction.
His most recent publication is God’s Justice: The Holy Bible. He is General Editor, overseeing the biblical commentary of 55 writers, most from the majority world. Stafford himself wrote the notes for five books of the Bible. You can find God’s Justice at Amazon.com and Christianbook.com.
Stafford’s most recent novel is Birmingham, set in the civil rights protests of 1963. You can order it as an ebook or in print at Amazon. com, Barnes&Noble and other online bookstores.
His last non-fiction book is The Adam Quest: Eleven scientists who held on to a strong faith while wrestling with the mystery of human origins. His previous book, Miracles: A Journalist Looks at Modern Day Experiences of God’s Power can be ordered from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Christianbook.com, or even at your local bookstore!
Other recent works are Personal God: Can You Really Know the One Who Made the Universe, and Shaking the System: What I Learned from the Great American Reform Movements..
Tim loves to run, backpack, follow the Oakland A’s, and most of all read. He is married to Popie Stafford and has three grown children and two grandchildren. He lives in Santa Rosa, California.