Newest Advocate Press book by Tyler Strange poised for release

The Advocate Press is poised to release its fourth book this year: “What I Want My Kids (And Me) To Know: Being Better Humans One Napkin at a Time,” by the Rev. Tyler Strange.

Strange, a United Methodist elder who pastors Trinity United Methodist Church, Aiken, wrote the book inspired by a daily lunchbox napkin he would write for his daughter. He soon learned the napkins had become an invitation for both of them to inspire one another to be better humans.

In addition to the napkins, he began to write daily reflections for adults geared around similar themes of that day’s napkin.

“Not only did the napkins provide avenues for parents, teachers, and other childhood professionals to connect with their children, but the napkins began to meet adults in the tensions of their lives,” Strange wrote in the books introduction. “My friends began using the napkins to serve the children in their lives. They became conversation starters and whimsy whipper-uppers.”

“What I Want My Kids (And Me) To Know” is the 26th book released from the Advocate Press, the book publishing arm of the South Carolina United Methodist Advocate. Its mission is to produce books of interest to South Carolina United Methodists on matters of faith and to amplify regional voices and those that advocate for the advancement of the kingdom of God.

The book is slated for release this month. Watch for information.

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