New Travis Hearn Manuscript Available for Acquisition
Phoenix area pastor Travis Hearn takes on big “buts” in his second book project, Your But’s Too Big: A Guide to No Excuse Living.
According to Hearn, the book is for people who “need a little extra nudge and a shot of motivational and inspirational adrenalin to live a life of no excuses! To live their dreams! To overcome their fears! To reach their goals! To step out and do what they’ve always dreamed of doing! To take hold of the truth of God’s Word about themselves and their future.”
“Everybody’s got a big ole but”, Hearn says with his characteristic mnemonic turn of phrase, “and it’s one of the nastiest sights in our culture today! It’s ugly. Our buts have become so excessively large that they literally paralyze us from accomplishing the dreams and desires we have had.”
Hearn is Senior Pastor of Impact Church in Scottsdale, a congregation listed by Outreach Magazine as one of the top ten fastest growing churches. His first book, Game Changer: The defining moment that takes you from trials to triumph releases in September 2014.
Contact David R. Shepherd at email@example.com to receive a copy of the proposal.
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Heather’s first novel, A Lady in Defiance, was by all standards an indie hit, selling over 12,000 copies since its debut in February of 2012; Seventy percent of these sales were at $2.99. The book currently has 270+ reviews on Amazon and carries a 4.7 star rating. A Lady’s success was based on energetic word-of-mouth, a fortuitous spotlight from inspiredreads.com, and some thoughtful pricing promotions which pushed the book onto multiple Amazon bestseller lists. Now her followup work, Hearts in Defiance is complete and available for acquisition. To see the proposal,contact Rachel Boye: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are not in need of more admirers of the Bible”, DICianni says. “We are in need of a people who will embrace it as their personal message from God”.
“The sub-title says it all: Finding Yourself in the Stories of the Bible”, DiCianni adds.” Would we not be stirred to apply Scripture if we knew the person kneeling at the Father’s feet is us?”
During the Renaissance, artists like Michelangelo were needed to visually illustrate for their generation what they needed to know since they lived in a time when there were no Bibles. While we in the 21st century have plenty of Bibles and people are literate, our culture is, nevertheless, ignorant of God’s love and what He has done to save them through eternity. For our day, Ron DiCianni has assembled a collection of over 100 color plates from the Bible visually interpreting the Bible unlike anything else in the modern age. For more information about Ron’s art, go to: http://www.tapestryproductions.com/
For a proposal on his new project, contact DRS: email@example.com.
This new work by Doug Schmidt picks up where his previous work, The Prayer of Revenge: Forgiveness in the Face of Injustice left off. He guides the reader through the intense emotions of bitterness and revenge to miraculously reaching the point of asking God to be merciful to those who have caused unspeakable losses. TIP: Doug is one of the featured experts in DivorceCare’s revised DVD curriculum, currently used by 10,000 churches, about 15,000 leaders, and some 150,000 participants every 13 weeks. For a proposal, contact DRS at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Bible study projects with author and Bible teacher Marian Jordan available
Those of you who publish women’s Bible study projects need to take a close look at Marian Jordan and her Redeemed Girl Ministries and consider working with her to develop a new series for women ages 18-35. She’s the author of the popular Sex and the City Uncovered, the recently released Sex and the Single Christian Girl, and four other titles and has her Master’s degree in theology from Southwestern Theological Seminary. TIP: Go to http://www.redeemedgirl.org/ and see for yourself what this up-and-coming Bible teacher has to bring to a publishing partnership. Contact email@example.com