Roger Garth


Roger has been in pastoral ministry in Arizona and California for over 30 years. He's planted 2 churches and done consulting with pastors and churches in recent years.

Currently pastoring a church in Big Bear Lake, CA., his creative communication passion includes writing novels about life in 'the gap' - the bridgeable but significant chasm between 'real world' life and Christian sub-cultures.

Rog and his life-partner, Glenda, have three adult children living across California and carrying on a family legacy - interacting with normal people with God's love... and enjoying life in the process.

Where to find Roger Garth online

Twitter: rgbeuk
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Where to buy in print


Like A Bridge
By Roger Garth
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 108,520. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2013. Category: Fiction
(4.00 from 1 review)
Jim Bridger is a broken, spiritual nomad after his ministry and marriage crash . He builds a new career, a restored family and a faith-based movement of business movers & shakers impacting their secular worlds. But 'Higher Calling' alienates churched people & pastors while drawing 100's networked in a less talk/more walk 'unchurch'. Maybe that's the cost to bridge the church/world gap. Maybe not.
Homeward Bound
By Roger Garth
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 96,100. Language: English. Published: November 16, 2010. Category: Fiction
Paul, aged out of foster care, makes a successful career on his own. But he wants more - a caring family, true friends, to make a difference. A life mentor finds him, then guides Paul to spiritual meaning... and family. But he battles repeated religious rejection. Is church a waste of time? Can Christians be trusted to care? Paul's far from convinced... and far from finding 'home'.

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