is like a great John Lennon song. Matt Litton is a great writer, poetic, thought-provoking, powerful. I highly recommend this book." - Johnathon Schaech, actor, director, writer (That Thing You Do, How To Make An American Quilt, Quarantine
"If you, like me, are earnestly trying to follow the call of this Holy Nomad named Jesus, this book should be part of your journey. If you have lost your Joy, this can begin your journey to not only find it, but reclaim it." - Mark Sandlin, TheGodArticle.com, Huffington Post
"...challenging followers of Jesus to embrace the inevitable nomadic Spiritual life is not for the faint of heart. The nomad's journey Litton so masterfully enlightens for us comes with all kinds of uncomfortable realities, but I believe it's a message the people of faith need." - Matt Chambers, Director of SafeWorld
Matt Litton beckons a poetic existence to my everyday spirituality. Holy Nomad reminds me that even I, am shrouded in the presence of the Holy that calls me forth from the fabric seeking to define me and lifts me from the dank, dark places threatening to bury me." - Chet Bush, Author of Called to the Fire.
"Books on spirituality often assume that we are honest with ourselves when it comes to following Christ. With passionate (& compassionate) heart & deft pen, Litton closes our escape routes... he offers us a portrayal of life as one in which we journey, hand in hand, with the Holy Nomad." - Bill Mallonee, singer/songwriter
About the Author
Matt Litton is a writer, educator, and speaker. He completed his undergraduate work in English and Religious Studies and holds a Master of Arts in Education from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee. He has written about faith and culture for numerous national publications and is author of "The Mockingbird Parables: Transforming Lives Through the Power of Story" and "Holy Nomad: The Rugged Road to Joy."