Come meet Texas author Gregg Grossman! He will be signing and selling copies of his book, Times of Perseverance: Hope and Healing on the Battlefields of Life.
Free with purchase of the book: a beautiful leather bookmark with a cross, handmade by Gregg's wife, Valerie!
You can purchase his book at the event or preorder at
Featured Books (obriensbookshop.com). We'll have copies waiting for you with your name on them.
Saturday, February 24, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Inside Gingerbread Antiques
310 S. College Street
Times of Perseverance: Hope and Healing on the Battlefields of Life
This book chronicles a man's battle with traumatic brain injury and offers a glimpse into the soul of a wounded man. Through Gregg's brother's traumatic brain injury, God led Gregg to Himself. Moreover, a near-death experience propelled Gregg to Scripture, where he learned about God's forgiveness.
This is not only a story of a Jewish man coming to faith in Jesus Christ and becoming a Messianic Jew but also an account of his overcoming adversity and grief, which resulted in a calling to give hope, encouragement and inspiration to other wounded people.
Gregg's story offers comfort to weary souls and will lead readers to discover purpose and restoration on their battlefields of life.
Gregg works as a hospice chaplain and life coach, as well as an adjunct professor in the Christian Counseling department at Louisiana Baptist University.
Gregg and his wife, Valerie, live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.