“Life isn’t defined by extreme fear or faith but rather a quest to be fully alive during the simple blandness of routine days.” ~ Clay Morgan
Have you ever felt like something was MISSING? What if I told you that miracles really do happen?
Ancient historical traditions and biblical narratives record multiple incidents of the undead, and the New Testament records seven separate cases of dead people returning to life through the power of God. UNDEAD: Revived, Resuscitated, and Reborn features a unique story-telling style, humor, loads of delicious pop culture references, and insight into our shared experiences to hunt down an answer to a question as old as time: What does it mean to be truly alive?
Could our cultural fascination with the undead have something to do with deeper, spiritual longings and a nagging sense of eternity stuck in our hearts?
Many of us move through life just like those fictitious monsters. We shamble around all lifeless like zombies or make like vampires and suck the life out of those around us. Fortunately, we don’t have to stay that way. God is able to bring anyone back to life.
The undead can get Undead.
The stories in this book will inspire you to live the full live you were made to enjoy. It’s time to get up out of your coffin. It’s time to wake up & rise up. It’s time to get Undead.
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“Finally! A book that connects zombie movies to the gospel. Clay Morgan is one of the currently underappreciated geniuses of the Gen X & Y Christian crowd. He always makes you think, and he delivers once again in making the Christian faith come alive. No pun intended.”Dallas Jenkins, Filmmaker & Director of Media at Harvest Bible Chapel, Chicago
“With humor, spiritual wisdom, and a rotting corpseload of pop-culture savvy, Clay Morgan opens the casket on what we’ve always suspected but may have been hesitant to embrace: Life is precious. Death makes it that way. And God is the ultimate funeral crasher.”Jason Boyett, author of Pocket Guide to the Afterlife and O Me of Little Faith