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It is my desire to draw people, not simply into knowledge of, but into intimate relationship with, the Lord Jesus Christ.I have a Master of Divinity from Oral Roberts University. It is through my MDiv. studies that I studied and fell in love with the amazing richness of the biblical languages of Hebrew and Greek.Priceless Stones is now published and available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or the publisher, CrossLink Publishing. Yay!!!I can be reached at email@example.com.
The Bible, especially the Life Application Bible, The Message and The Inductive Study BibleThe Scarlet LetterRobinson CrusoeBooks by Charles Dickens, especially Oliver TwistThe Imitation of ChristThe Treasury of DavidSparkling GemsThe Supernatural Ways of RoyaltyCulture of HonorThe Seven Mountain MantleBrave New World
Musings about Faith and Life
This is a personal collection of poetry, borne out of twenty years of life experience.
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I read all nine of the uploaded chapters of Coma and was taken in from the very get-go by the intensity of the accident. You are very thorough when it comes to character development as you introduce each "cast member." I do wish that you would upload a little more to give the reader ...
This is an adorable story. You connect well with young readers because you seem to have a good handle on what it is like to live life through the eyes of a sixth grader.
Blessings and may you encounter wonderful success.
I read through all three chapters of Snow. The opening chapter really exemplified your ability to incorporate beautiful description in your writing. I think that the novel opens in such a way as to appeal to twenty-somethings.
Chapter two seemed to abruptly shift the genre from ...
I read the first four chapters of Moving By October. Living near an urban area myself, I can certainly relate to the descriptions of city life. I enjoyed the series of letters. There were a few idiomatic differences with regard to how native English speakers would express certain phr...
This is a vividly written book which highlights the reality of spiritual warfare, written from the perspective of someone who is clearly seasoned to fight in this dimension.
Blessings to you and may this book be used of the Lord to set many people free from the ravages of spiritu...