Laughing From The 'Pulpit To The Pews' In her new book, Patti Webster explores humorous stories from the Bible, as well as jokes in the Christian tradition. Besides being an author, Webster is the CEO of a public relations firm that represents artists like Ludacris, OutKast and Patti LaBelle. She talks about her book, It Happened in Church.
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Laughing From The 'Pulpit To The Pews'

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Laughing From The 'Pulpit To The Pews'

Laughing From The 'Pulpit To The Pews'

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People take their faith very seriously, but there's also a lighter to being part of the church community.

In her new book, Patti Webster explores humorous stories from the Bible, as well as jokes in the Christian tradition.

Besides being an author, Webster circulates in a very high-pressure, high profile world. She's the CEO of a public relations firm that represents artists like Ludacris, OutKast and Patti LaBelle.

Webster talks about her book, It Happened in Church: Stories of Humor from the Pulpit to the Pews.

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