Monthly Archives: January 2007

News on A Prophecy Forgotten: The revisions should come this weekend!

Awesome news!! I just heard from my editor, and she is going to send me revisions for A Prophecy Forgotten this weekend—if all goes well!!! Things are beginning to progress! For more information on my debut novel, A Prophecy Forgotten, … Continue reading

Posted in Books, News & Events, The Elysian Chronicles

My Weekend at Planet Wisdom

I just finished one of the busiest weekends I’ve had in a long time. After speaking at NCA, I drove over to my church and followed a bus full of the teenagers from my youth group all the way up … Continue reading

Posted in Thoughts & Musings

Speaking at First Baptist Academy

On January 26th, I got to speak to over 150 kids at First Baptist Academy in Naples. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures. I had a great time, and the kids were full of energy and engaging. If you are … Continue reading

Posted in News & Events

January 22, 2007 Daily-ish Readings

Readings: I Kings 4-5, Psalm 148, I Corinthians 14I Kings: So Hiram was the king of Tyre. Hmm, I wonder if the Free Masons know that…. Cult issues aside, Hiram says “Praise be to the Lord,” regarding Solomon. Did Tyre … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion

A Meme That Makes You Think

A friend of mine at tagged me to receive and pass along the following meme. It’s called “the thinking meme.” I’m not sure how it’s going to turn out because right now, I don’t want to think. I may … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion, Thoughts & Musings | 2 Comments

January 10, 2007 Daily-ish Readings

I just had the coolest devotional reading today. I read I Kings 2-3, Psalm 147, and I Corinthians 13. I Kings left me with a big question, and Psalm 147 and I Corinthians 13 answered it. I read my Bible … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion

January 9, 2007 Daily-ish Readings

Readings: II Samuel 24, I Kings 1, Psalm 146, I Corinthians 12I Kings 1: Now that I have finally come to the end of David’s life, I can see two main weaknesses that the great king had, which led to … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion