About this Book
Dismantled: An Honest Look at Some of Our Biggest Fears
Fear. It is one small word, but it has an enormous impact. Nothing in today's society seems to drive people like this emotion. We make our decisions because
of fear. We hide behind it.
By: Chad Norris, David Rhodes
Publisher: AMG Publishers
About the Author
Chad Norris currently serves on the staff of City Church in Simpsonville, South Carolina, as the Director of Life Transformation. He loves the art
of storytelling, and his ministry includes speaking to students and adults in a variety of settings. He has an MDiv from Beeson Divinity School
in Birmingham, and he cofounded Wayfarer Ministries in 2000. Chad has cowritten numerous Bible studies and coauthored six books. He and his family
live in Greenville, South Carolina.
David Rhodes grew up near Des Moines where he attended a Quaker School. He dropped out of Beloit College in the 1960s and eventually graduated from Marlboro College in Vermont. After receiving an M.F.A. in writing from the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop in 1971, he published three novels in rapid succession to acclaim:
The Last Fair Deal Going Down (Atlantic/Little, Brown, 1972), The Easter House
(Harper & Row, 1974), andRock Island Line (Harper & Row, 1975). A motorcycle accident in 1976 left him paralyzed from the chest down. He continued writing, but did not publish again until 2008 when his novel,
Driftless, was published. It received a Milkweed National Fiction prize, was read on Wisconsin Public Radio, and was chosen as an All Iowa Reads selection. Milkweed has reissued all of his previous books. He currently lives with his wife, Edna, in Wisconsin.