All of us during our journey in life are confronted with challenging questions:

Does God exist?

Is Jesus Christ the Son of God?

What is the purpose of my life?

Why does God allow suffering?

Why do bad things happen to good people?A Bridge to God: A Little Book with Big Insights The Rev Peter Stimpson

Is there life after death?


Peter Stimpson, a retired priest, and clinician who pauses at the end of his life to provide answers to these and other questions in his book entitled, “A Bridge to God: A Little Book with Big Insights”. Having had to wrestle with pain, suffering, and doubt, he traveled through science and theology to cross over the chasm of doubt and cynicism to meaning and happiness and now builds the reader a bridge to make their journey easier.

Peter purposefully made it a small book so that it would not be overwhelming, and wrote it from a personal perspective to convey his caring. He has received 5-Star ratings on Amazon, one reader commenting, “Peter Stimpson delivers on his promise. This little book clearly and succinctly answers our biggest questions. As a non-Christian, thanks to this book, I have grown in my understanding of Jesus, God, and the Bible and am greatly inspired to learn more.”

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A Bridge to God: A Little Book with Big Insights The Rev Peter StimpsonA Bridge to God: A Little Book with Big Insights

Author: The Rev Peter Stimpson

Genre: Christian Living

Paperback: 88 pages

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1644164795

ISBN-13: 978-1644164792

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More About the Author

Peter K. Stimpson is an Episcopal priest and a licensed clinical social worker. He has counseled people from all walks of life since 1972 and retired in 2014 as director of Trinity Counseling Service in Princeton, New Jersey.


His first book, “Map to Happiness: Straightforward Advice on Everyday Issues”, was published in 2008. Reverend Stimpson also wrote a popular advice column in various newspapers from 1983-2014.


Reverend Stimpson holds master’s degrees from the University of Ottawa in theology and from the State University of New York at Albany in social work.