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[ 24 ] Kiah Cross: Fiction with a Touch of Fantasy

Kiah Cross

Kia Cross, is a health care professional and a writer–in that order. Her book is titled Blue – The Calling.  In this interview, she confesses to being reluctant to write for anyone else to read, a feeling with which many of us who love the written word can identify. Kiah talks about her work with vulnerable children in her family and around the world, as well as her passion for words and story. This guest is the first fiction writer we’ve had on the podcast and the first author we’ve interviewed who has used a self-publishing service, an experience that may be helpful to listeners who are considering a similar choice. 


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[ 23 ] Interview with Richard Jacobson

Richard JacobsonAn interview with Richard Jacobson, author of Unchurching: ChristianityUnchurching: Christianity Without Churchianity Without Churchianity. Richard describes his journey as a self-published author of his first book. He talks about the motivation for his work as well as some of the tools he used, and strategies for marketing. Richard is from Nashville, TN where he is a part of what he calls an “unchurched community.” 


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[22] Sampler: Marriage Rx – Prescription for a Radical Marriage

A sampler episode featuring the second chapter of Marriage Rx. This book focuses on some of the keys to relationship that should inform our marriages. Though Marriage Rx is designed for married Christians, the relational concepts can be applied to non-married persons as well. This sample is from the audio book of Marriage Rx which should be available in a few weeks at Audible. 

[21] Hey, Teacher! Let’s Talk About Rhythm in Writing

An interview with Jenna Mayhew Thompson, writing instructor at Pacific University and Warner Pacific College. This episode discusses how to develop rhythm and flow in writing. Jenna suggests some exercises that may help writers not “over mesmerize” their readers. Mentioned in this episode:

[20] Sampler: Pulpit Fiction Audio Book

The first audio book offering, Pulpit Fiction is now available at Audible. There will be more audio books in the near future. This episode introduces you to the first audio book from Two Worlds Media on the Max Features imprint. Mentioned in this episode:

[ 19 ] Interview with Jody Mayhew (Sword of Submission)

An interview with Jody Mayhew, co-author of Sword of Submission – Reclaiming the Power of Being Human. Dan and Jody discuss how the book came to be and explore some of the key concepts, including the truth that submission has nothing to do with dominance and passivity, but learning a restored relationship between God and His creation. 

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Dr. Joe Aldrich of Multnomah University
Sword of Submission (the book) 

[ 18 ] Sampler: Sword of Submission

A sample of Sword of Submssion, Reclaiming the Power of Being Human. This is a book that takes a fresh look at an often misunderstood principle in the Bible. Submission is not the means of keeping people in line and preserving order, it is the training that prepares each of us to reclaim the power of being human that is only available when we live in relationship with our Creator. 

[ 17 ] Interview: Dick Williams, Author of Keys of the Kingdom

An interview with Dick Williams, author of The Transforming Power of the Keys of the Kingdom – Unlocking the Process of a New Testament Conversion. Learn about the author’s journey through the Jesus movement of the 70s, involvement with the house churches in Great Britain and the importance of applying the elementary principles of Hebrews to our life in Christ. Mentioned in this Episode

 

 

16) Interview: Daryl Knudeson – Sacred Story

Dan interviews Daryl Knudeson, author of Sacred Story, Finding God in the Ordinary. This is a companion podcast to episode 15, in which Dan read two chapters as a sample. Mentioned in this episode: 

15) Sampler: Sacred Story, Finding God in the Ordinary

Today’s episode is a sample of the book, Sacred Story, Finding God in the Ordinary by Daryl Knudeson. This book of 40 short chapters is designed to call attention to the day to day lessons that our heavenly Father prepares for us. For discussion or personal meditation or group discussion, Daryl’s book is sure to awaken your heart to the wonder of the ordinary. 

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