Christian books, most of the books I write are Christian fiction. What? You’ve never heard of Christian fiction? Here’s a great blogpost from Author Bryan M. Powell about Christian fiction: What is Christian Fiction?
Hopefully, you will enjoy these books as much as I enjoyed writing them. Writing anything of the length of these books is a bit of work and I do appreciate my two staunchest supporters (and editors) Debbie Larck (my bride) and Kimberly Rose (my youngest daughter). Without them, these books would still be on the hard drive of my computer!
Below you will find the most current listing of my completed books. If you have already purchased any of these books, I thank you for your support. All of my books undergo revisions and rewrites so you may want to return to the site where you bought them to get the most up-to-date version. This includes the print versions because they are produced using print-on-demand.
Thanks for stopping by the site and visiting with us. Some of the books featured in the Library section of this web site are linked to the book’s page on Amazon.com in case the reader wishes to purchase a copy of one or more of the books from the Library for themselves.
About The Way I write
Recently I read a book by renowned author, Dr. David Jerimiah titled “Agents of the Apocalypse” and found an exciting mention of books written using ‘the power of story to present the truth’ when describing the format used in his book. The author referred to C.S. Lewis’ works, quoting Lewis thus: “Reason is the natural organ of truth, but imagination is the organ of meaning.”
Dr. Jeremiah mentioned how Lewis said, “stories can align reason with imagination and mind with emotion. When truth is put in imaginative form, it can be driven not only into the mind but also into the heart“. This statement is the most accurate description of my books based on scripture. While some claim (erroneously, I might add) I am rewriting the Word, nothing could be further from the truth. Many stories in my books build upon the minor text in verses or chapters in the Bible. For instance, in one book, I wrote a section about Jesus raising a widow’s son in Luke 7:11-17. My intentions in this story were to bring to life some of the events surrounding the son’s death and the widow’s reactions to Jesus raising her son. None of my writing modified the verse, nor did I attempt to state that my writing was more accurate than that of the Word of God.