NASHVILLE, Tenn. March 10 /PRNewswire/ - Jim Palmer's
critically acclaimed "Divine Nobodies" was only half the story - the deconstruction and shedding of a religious mentality that hindered his
knowing God.In his
next book, Jim
takes the reader along into the wide open spaces of exploring and experiencing God beyond religion.Jim
writes, "It is no secret that God can be lost beneath the waving banner of religion.
Brian McLaren wrote, "I am tempted to say that Jim Palmer
could well be the next Don Miller, but what they have in common, along with an honest spirituality and extraordinary skill as storytellers, is a unique voice."
says that God's kingdom of love, peace, and freedom can be a present reality in any person's life.He
proclaims that God is indeed in the process of birthing something deep and wide among unlikely people in unconventional ways, which is changing the world…one "nobody" at a time.Jim Palmer
offers guidance as a pastor, speaker, writer, blogger, and conversationalist to people seeking to know God in deeper and more expansive ways.He is the founder of the Pilgrimage Project, an initiative encouraging the freedom to imagine, dialogue, live, and express new possibilities for being an authentic Christian.