Help your child learn the Bible and the Alphabet at the same time with Dr. James W. Spight Jr. newest book Jesus And Friends Teach The ABC's. Dr. Spight is a preacher from Memphis, TN, with a calling to communicate the Gospel to all people. The people he is targeting in this book are beginning readers. Jesus And Friends Teach The ABC’s is designed to help a young person; to learn their ABC’s, to read, and learn biblical facts as well. Dr. Spight believes that all children should be educated in the mind as well as in the spirit.
Viewing the book, it is very colorful and the type is large, making the book easy to read. There are scripture references on each page describing the scene for the alphabet used. The book has an interesting rhyme to it encouraging young reader to finish the book in one sitting. This truly is a must buy for all concerned parents, educators, and preachers to invest in this tool for the youth.
Jesus And Friends Teach The ABC’s is available right now on Amazon and should soon be available in book stores everywhere.
To Learn More about Dr. Spight’s Jesus And Friends Teach The ABC’s visit his website: http://www.jesusandfriendsteach.com/
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Will you be the person you dream of being—or someone from your nightmares?
You don’t need a fortune teller to reveal your future. You are the person who determines who you will be, what your life will be like, and how your hopes and dreams will be fulfilled.
Today is the time to IMAGINE and to create an action plan for your future.
- How harnessing your will can make you a champion
- How to make valuable deposits into your mind, detoxify harmful information in the brain, and avoid brain washing
- How to look and be your best
- How to connect with Someone who will make a difference in your life
- How who you marry changes everything
- How to avoid traps that jeopardize your future
- Where you want your name to appear
- Why you can believe God is there and interested in your tomorrows
- Examples of people who grabbed their future and held on
This book will show how to make the right connections, how to grow you talents, and how to begin believing in yourself and things greater than yourself—for a wonderful Future You!
A Bible study available in paper or for Kindle via Amazon
For more about Author Ada Nicholson Brownell please visit her at:
Blog: http://inkfromanearthenvessel.blogspot.com Stick to Your Soul Encouragement
Amazon Ada Brownell author page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B001KJ2C06
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Join me in welcoming Naty Matos who will tell us about what Turning Points means to her and her book “A Brother’s Vow.”
Turning Point - If we look at life as a journey we will see that along the path we encounter many crossroads. Depending on the side we decide to walk when we encounter those forks on the road will determine how our journey will continue.
Making the right decision at those times can be quite challenging. We may feel external or internal pressures to pursue either side of the path. We have to always remember that at the end of the day it is us and only us who will either suffer the consequences or reap the benefits of our final decision.
I know that at the same time sometimes we sit at that fork, thinking that no decision is better than the wrong one. This cannot be further from the truth. Staying stagnant will always make us more miserable that any pain that we can encounter.
I once heard Joyce Meyers say, “You have to make the best decision with the information you have at the moment. Even if it’s the incorrect one God will give you Grace because he knew you were trying to do the best with what you knew” Those words have stayed with me for a long time and when I know that I need to make a decision, that may constitute a risk I remember these words. Obviously I research, seek counsel because I need that portion of the best information possible to assess the elements of my decision, but at the end of the day I have decisions to make to further my growth and to fulfill my purpose.
In my new book, “A Brother’s Vow” Randall has made a promise that he never thought he would need to fulfill. Then he’s face with having to make a life changing decision in order to fulfill it. Join my journey and find out if he did and if so how it turned out.
Check the below the interview to learn more about "A Brother's Vow"
What inspired you to write this book?
I am always inspired by the Parable of the Prodigal Son and that’s part of what inspired this story. There were times where decisions are clouded by condemnation or rebellion; so I decided to write a story from that standpoint.
How did you come up with the title?
To be honest my first title was “My promise to Keep” Because the story centers around a promise that Randall, the main character, makes to his twin brother Brian and the events that follow him trying to fulfill that promise. I found that there were too many books with that title already so I changed it to “A Brother’s Vow” as it is more fitting to theme in the book.
Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
That no matter how far gone or deep in trouble we think we are, God always welcomes us with open arms and there’s always the chance for new beginnings.
How much of the book is realistic?
Nothing, this is a pure work of fiction.
What book are you reading now?
I just finished “Waking up Married” by Mira Lynn Kelly a few weeks ago which I truly enjoyed. I’m about to start “Until Forever” by Darlene Shortridge
What are your current projects?
I have a powerful book on the subject of domestic violence titled, “Breaking Free” that is at the second draft revision and a Christmas romance novella, “Lost Love on Christmas Day” which is also at the second draft revision level. I’m hoping to be able to release those next year.
Do you have any advice for other writers?
Never give up and keep on writing. Be open to correction and feedback.
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Open yourselves to the opportunity of supporting indie authors. You will find that some traditionally published books are great and some are not; the same is true for the indie books. I have recently been watching some indie movies and found some great ones. It is time to open our minds to the concept that quality doesn't always come behind a corporate label. Happy reading!
"A Brother's Vow" is available as an ebook on Amazon
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