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 http://todaythedragonwins.blogspot.com/ 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