My Books

The King’s Highway – Jesus Revealed in Psalm 119

Can a mystery be discovered in Psalm 119?  Did the psalmist, while penning the acrostic passages a thousand years earlier, see what the Apostle John saw when Jesus said, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End?” Color photographs capturing the beauty of the Holy Land beckon the reader to a visual adventure. Daily, grace filled devotional prayers invite the journeyer to stop and ponder the sights. The King’s Highway – Jesus Revealed in Psalm 119, once traveled, this Psalm will never look the same.

Available from Amazon.com and other retail outlets. Available in Kindle Version.

Wrestling With Jacob – A Night at the ford of Jabbok

It’s a battle of heart and dread as Jacob grapples with the man he was, and if he survives the night, the man he will become.

Join Jacob and his family as they journey to Canaan, the land of his birth. Spend the night alone with him as he prepares to come face to face with the brother he has betrayed and swindled.

Will his older brother finally have the revenge he has so longed for these past 20 years?

Wrestling With Jacob – A Night at the ford of Jabbok. A Beginners to Intermediate Bible Study based on the Biblical story of Jacob and Esau in Genesis 32. Camping under stars may never look the same for Jacob.

Also available in Kindle Version.

Forty Days to the Cross – A Time of Reflection for His Glory

A Devotional Journey of Isaiah 53 and a Collection of Poems to Ponder

A well-timed forty day devotional in step with the season. In the midst of gnashing of teeth and sneers, hear the cry of Jesus as He completes the redemptive work prophesied in the Scripture words of Isaiah 53. Daily Poems to Ponder moves the seeking heart to consider the journey of the One who loved enough to walk the despised road alone.

Soon to be available in Kindle Version.

 

Coming Soon:

The Tapestry Maker – Poems of Praise, Ponder and Journey

 

7 thoughts on “My Books”

    1. Gosh, thank you for “stirring” the embers of my soul. I am ready to get back to some teaching and illustrations of the letters. Your visit has been refreshing! Blessings neighbor!

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