During the past decade, two books have grown out of our work as filmmakers. The Magic Never Ends – The Life & Work of CS Lewis was written as a companion to the television documentary. The book was published in hard cover 2002 (Thomas Nelson, Nashville) and re-printed in soft cover in 2005 (Augsburg Press, St. Paul).
Enough To Go Around – Searching for Hope in Afghanistan, Pakistan & Darfur (Select Books, NYC) tells the story of three separate humanitarian missions conducted between 2005-2008.
“I wanted to look at the destructive capacity of fear in a post 9/11 world,” says author Chip Duncan. “Extremists from any faith group can be scary. But the majority of the people we’ve met and documented over the years are quick with a smile and ready for friendship. The journey chronicled in the book helps readers identify with our similarities while delighting in and learning from our differences.”