Nappa, Mike

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NAPPA, Mike. American, b. 1963. Genres: Inspirational/Motivational Literature. Career: Author. Publisher of, "The Free Webzine for Families"; contributing editor to CBA Frontline magazine; columnist for,,,, HomeLife magazine, and FaithWorks magazine. Creator of Johnny Grav and the Visioneer, a comic strip which appears in Focus on the Family and Clubhouse magazines. Founder of Nappaland Communications Inc., a media organization, 1995. Publications: (with A. Nappa) 52 Fun Family Devotions, 1994; (ed.) Clip-Art Cartoons for Churches, 1995; Bore No More!: For Every Pastor, Speaker, Teacher: 70 Creative Ways to Involve Your Audience in Unforgettable Bible Teaching, 1995; (with S.L. Lingo) Jesus, What's for Lunch?, 1996; (with S.L. Lingo) Little Lamb, Where Did You Go?, 1996; (with S.L. Lingo) Do You See the Star?, 1996; (with A. Nappa and M.D. Warden) Get Real: Making Core Christian Beliefs Relevant to Teenagers, 1996; (with A. Nappa) 52 Fun Family Prayer Adventures: Creative Ways to Pray Together, 1996; (with S.L. Lingo) Noah, Noah, What'll We Do?, 1996; Faith Happens! A Creative Study of the Book of James, 1997; It's a Sheep's Life: Grazing in the 23rd Psalm, 1997; (with A. Nappa) Imagine That! 365 Wacky Ways to Build a Creative Christian Family, 1998; (with N. Wakefield) Legacy of Joy: A Devotional for Fathers, 1998; (with A. Nappa) Bore No More! 2, 1999; True Stories of Answered Prayer, 1999; (with N. Wakefield) True Stories of Transformed Lives, 1999; What I Wish My Youth Leader Knew about Youth Ministry: A National Survey, 1999; (with T. Nappa) Lunch Box Laughs, 2000; The Courage to Be Christian: Creating a Life of Spiritual Passion, 2001; (with N. Wakefield) The Heart of a Father, 2001; Who Moved My Church, 2001; The Prayer of Jesus: Developing Intimacy with God through Christ's Example, 2001. Contributor to anthologies. Address: c/o Group Publishing Inc., 1515 Cascade Ave, Loveland, CO 80538, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected];