Buy Joe Bayly's books
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A Christian satire about a small group that decides to evangelize their neighborhood from a blimp. Dad originally self-published the book because no Christian publisher would. After the book sold 40,000 copies, Zondervan decided they would pick it up.
A movie directed by Irvin "Shorty" Yeaworth, director of The Blob, is a sendup of Wheaton Evangelicalism. Shot in the sixties, it's retro and very funny.
An apocalyptic novel written in 1976 that deals with what will happen under nationalized health care. At the time Winterflight was written, readers thought it was a stretch. Recent readers say Dad was amazingly prescient.
A very personal view of death from a father who lost three sons to death before they reached adulthood. If you have a friend grieving the loss of a loved one, give them this book. It's the one book those grieving will not set down until they've finished it.
A collection of simple and very personal poems not written for publication, but published anyhow. Titles of the poems include "A Psalm on the Death of an Eighteen-Year-Old Son," "A Psalm in a Hotel Room," "A Psalm of the Fat Camel," and "A Psalm in a Colorado Meadow."
A short meditation on death written by Dad as he lay in a Mayo Clinic hospital room waiting for surgery and contemplating death.
Dad's journal and meditations born of decades teaching a Sunday school class.
A collection of modern parables aimed at waking up complacent Christians.
An account of the tumultous period (1960-1966) between the end of colonial rule and the beginning of the reign of the butcher Joseph Mobutu over the First Republic of Congo, during which over 100,000 were butchered and a number of Christians were martyred.
A selection of the columns Dad published monthly for twenty-five years in Eternity Magazine. Dad sometimes referred to himself as an Evangelical gadfly, and this is the record of his gadflying Evangelical superstars such as Bob Jones, Oral Roberts, and Bill Gothard.
A more recent compilation of Dad's writings.