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The worldwide earthquake obliterated hope. How will the Saved survive?

You Are…

You are a beautiful mess. Not a "hot mess", a beautiful mess. Jesus takes the mess that we were and makes us into something beautiful. ...and only He can do that.  But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in... Continue Reading →

Impact through July 2017

Main Book Sales: Baqash: 552 Darash (Baqash Book 2): 94 Baqash Origins Book Sales: October Falling: 1274 Apophis: 254 29 Countries Impacted by the Seeker Ministry: U.S., U.K., Ireland, Australia, France, Germany, Brazil, Japan, Philippines, South Africa, Vietnam, Canada, Turkey,... Continue Reading →

Sha’al Progress Update

Sha'al is coming along pretty good. I'm getting a steady stream of ideas and Scripture to roll into the book. The last time I checked, I think we're 45% of the way done with the rough draft. Shooting for: 55... Continue Reading →

Of Blogging and Sensibility 

I'm sorry I haven't blogged much lately. Honestly, I don't know what to blog about. The world is in a tailspin. I think we are headed towards the End Times. I've been spending my days thinking about how to raise... Continue Reading →

30 Percent

Almost one-third of the way there 🙂 Sha'al is rounding out to be a very fascinating story. Just to give a brief overview: Sarah, Mattithyahu and his band of 2000 followers have to travel from the Mojave Desert to Los... Continue Reading →

Hamodia

I've been reading a few English language Israeli newspapers over the internet. However, the tactile feel of a real newspaper trumps any electronic device.  Hamodia means "The Informer". First of all I like the use of traditional names vs our... Continue Reading →

Faith…

Faith isn't convenient. It never will be. And it shouldn't be, because then it would be of no value. 

Sha’al Update

14 chapters in. 31,769 words written.  90,631 words left of goal. 26% completed. Shooting for around 55 chapters and 511 pages.  Not too bad. Not where I'd like to be. But, not too bad. 

The Lion’s Gate

So I'm waiting for Mom in recovery. Her operation went well. Anyway, I can devour and retain books. However, with "The Lion's Gate" by Steven Pressfield I can only read one section at a time. After three months I've only... Continue Reading →

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