Monday, November 26, 2012


In a previous life I was not the nicest person. For example, I did not read books written by those of other persuasions that I might learn, grow, or get a new theological perspective on a subject. Rather, as a self-ordained “discerner of spirits” and “cult buster,” I read only to ferret out doctrinal error and to find fault. This seems opposite of Jesus’ admonition to treat others as I would want them to treat me. A few people have read my book “The Effective Invitation” with one object in mind—to criticize. It wasn’t fun. For the remainder of my time on earth, I am committed to being a life-long learner, not a life-long critic.

Thursday, November 08, 2012


I are busy reading the galleys for HEAVEN ON EARTH (Harvest House). Gene Skinner, my editor, has done an excellent job! He has improved immensely my sentence structure (which I thought was pretty good to start with), making my book highly readable for the masses. I am excited at the book's potential impact. I am glad also that Amazon is offering a deep discount on all pre-orders.