David Gregory is the author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger, The Next Level, The Last Christian, and the coauthor of two nonfiction books. After a ten-year business career, he returned to school to study religion, sociology, and communications. He holds Master's degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and the University of North Texas. He has been a frequent teacher, trainer, and conference speaker since 1996. A native of Texas, he now lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, Ava, and their four children. Learn more about this book at www.adaywithaperfectstranger.com.
Praise for A Day with a Perfect Stranger
"Don't let David Gregory's simple writing style fool you: the message shared throughout A Day with a Perfect Stranger is profound and the questions he raises are life changing."
-Liz Curtis Higgs, best-selling author of Bad Girls of the Bible
"Fasten your seatbelt for another marvelously divine encounter
with the Perfect Stranger! Once again, Gregory masterfully
demonstrates just how passionately and intimately our God loves
each one of us. If you are looking for an encouraging faith
encounter, the Perfect Stranger books are the most palatable
and powerful tools of our day."
-Shannon Ethridge, best-selling author of Every Woman's Battle and Every Woman's Marriage "While I liked Dinner with a Perfect Stranger very much, I loved A Day with a Perfect Stranger. This book has the potential to make people think about what drives them, what keeps them from God, and what will ultimately fulfill them. In a feelings-based and satisfaction-driven society, this is an invaluable tool. People are hungering for the answers to questions Mattie gets to ask. I can't wait to hand it out to friends who do not yet know the Stranger in their midst."
-Lisa Tawn Bergren, best-selling author of The Begotten "Sometimes the simplest books can have the most profound influence, and David Gregory has done such a wonderful job capturing my imagination. Over and over as I read A Day with a Perfect Stranger I kept asking myself, what would I say if I ever sipped lattes with Jesus? And at the end of the book, I realized I have that opportunity every day. He's not only listening, but He's speaking, too. Anyone who enjoyed Dinner with a Perfect Stranger will love the sequel."
-Rene Gutteridge, best-selling author of BOO and The Splitting Storm