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I’ve written an article for the Faithlife blog titled How to Choose a Bible for Preaching. When you search for information about how to choose a Bible, almost all articles are about how to chose a translation. This one actually talks about choosing the Bible itself.
You can read the full article here:
I’ve written an article for Laridian’s blog about creating your own topical chain reference in PocketBible. Here’s a snippet:
Topical chains are references that take you to the next verse in a topic. They are great for personal study, devotions, sermon prep, and for teaching or preaching. You can easily create your own topical chain reference in PocketBible. It can be as simple or detailed as you want: anything from a few verses and topics to a complete topical chain reference study Bible. Click here to read the rest.
I like to write both fiction and non-fiction. I’m currently working on several books in several categories. I plan to release them all on Kindle.
My non-fiction work is mostly Christian based. I’m almost done with a Bible marking guide. This one should be available soon. After that I will have several other books about the Bible and Bible study including journaling, Bible study how-to, and a few commentaries.
I enjoy writing all types of fiction. I have too many fiction stories started, but I’m currently working on a fantasy adventure. I’ve plotted out most of the story and written over 1100 words of the first chapter.
I’m considering releasing it one chapter at a time like an ongoing serial. It could go on for one year, giving me 12 chapters to write. I have 9 chapters plotted so far. One reason I like the serial idea is that it brings results quicker. I could see something completed every month and have a feeling of accomplishment. This helps keep me motivated and focused. If it takes me too long, I tend to get sidetracked and never finish. A serial would work like a comic book. I haven’t decided yet, but I’ll keep you posted.
I am currently working on a simple Bible study and marking guide. This book will be based on articles that I’ve written for my Bible study site Studies In Scripture. I have expanded the articles and added lots of new material. I hope to have it available this fall.