The ebook is done…published…waiting for you…and free for the next 24 hours!!!
Thanksgiving for the Dad-Manis aimed specifically at—as you might guess—dads. Still, it’s for everybody. You’ll find a week’s worth of devotions that take you up to and through the holiday. There’s also some great recipes and ideas to make special memories at Thanksgiving.
Here’s what you do. Click Here to be whisked away to Amazon Land, where you can download the book. Next, on the Amazon page, “like” it, check all the tabs, and write a quick review. Then, of course, tell the world that this is THE book for Thanksgiving in your home.
Great news. I, who struggle to finish anything, have a book on the way! Look for it right here one week from today (that would be Wednesday, November 14). I mean, well, today is not the 14th–today is the 7th, so a week from today will be–oh, you know what I’m saying.
The first five people to leave a comment below will get a free copy of the ebook, which is all about…well, come back and find out.
While you wait, go back and peruse my previous posts. If you comment on one of them, plus comment here, you will receive a free ebook and a hearty, “Well done!”
Last time, I discussed the idea of witnessing by accident. If you missed my last post, you would be best off to go and read it, then come back to this one. Otherwise, this current story will have a less profound impact on your life, and we wouldn’t want that, now would we?
Ready? Let’s go…
Romania, 1990. I was on a mission trip, and had the opportunity to preach. It was a brutally humbling experience, during which I learned that the word “gypsy,” while innocuous in the West, is a full-blown racial slur in Romania. Continue reading →
I have mentioned before that I’m not what you, or anyone you know, would call “handy.” One of the problems that comes with being less than fully “ept” is that one tends to trust any man with coveralls or a tool belt to automatically know what he is doing. I know I shouldn’t oughta, but I do. Last week I paid an annoying price and learned some valuable lessons. Continue reading →