December of 2018 I released a different kind of short novel called His Sign: The Wait Is Over. I created it as a modern allegory, fictional, but intending to convey spiritual truth. I was kind of getting tired with the popular Nephilim obsession. His Sign: The Wait Is Over But, in the interest of giving … Continue reading His Sign 2: The Ezra Solution — New Release!
Sarah Groben is an LAPD Homicide detective and a pastor's wife. She's got six murders she wants to solve by Sunday. Members of a fledgling group for 10-40 window transplants seeking Christianity are being killed. A Muslim charity interested in better relations with Americans seems to be connected by the death of a former financial … Continue reading Mapped Out Murders Ready for Readers
My NaNoWrimo project for this year is called Mapped Out Murders. NaNoWriMo, by the way, is a project to write at least 50,000 words on a new novel project during the month of November. You need to write a little under 1700 words a day to reach that goal. I won’t tell you how … Continue reading Mapped Out Murders: a NaNoWriMo Project by Mary C. Findley
Russell Moore, President of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) filed an amicus brief supporting the construction of a mosque in New Jersey in 2016. The International Mission Board also signed the amicus brief. Dr. Moore was questioned about this by a Pastor from the floor of the SBC annual meeting … Continue reading SBC supports building NJ Mosque — post by Michael J. Findley
In spite of many social justice warriors attempting to force the Church to take care of unbelievers, the words immigration, immigrant, and emigrant are not in the Bible. Neither is the concept contained in Greek and Hebrew words which can be translated as visitor, alien, foreigner, stranger, outsider, pilgrim, and sojourner. All of these words … Continue reading What Does the Bible Teach about Immigration? — Michael J. Findley
Who/What inspired you to begin writing novels? Been writing since JR high when a substitute teacher encouraged me and I won a creative writing award. Please tell me in one sentence only, why everyone should read your book. Read them if you care about attacks on religious freedom, preserving God's Word, and the persecution … Continue reading In the Spotlight: The Great Thirst Serial Archaeological Mystery
The Great Thirst is almost complete! Here's a snippet from Part Six: “David, where are you?” Drew’s voice came over David’s satellite phone, scratchy and indistinct. He had been out to the village again with a small team, trying to be sure the cartel was not looking for the expedition or questioning the shooting incident. … Continue reading The Great Thirst Part Six — Protected is now live! And Part Seven is in pre-order!
Book 4 of the Great Thirst Archaeological Mystery serial is now available in ebook format, and soon will be in print as well. Book Five should be available sometime this fall. This is one continuous story broken up into segments of around 100 pages each, but each book has its own story arc and conclusion, … Continue reading Join the Search to Quench the Thirst
We love books. But we live in a semi truck. Yes. We live there, full-time, hubby and I. It's not one of those with a motor home setup. It has small storage spaces here and there, but we have to have clothes, food, tools, personal care supplies ,,, Not a lot of room for books. We have perhaps … Continue reading Can You Change? Will You Change? — Post by Mary C. Findley
Torn Asunder by Alana Terry Torn Asunder is the newest suspense novel from award-winning author Alana Terry. Torn Asunder is the story of Hannah and Simon, two North Korean refugees who sneak back into their country to serve as underground missionaries. In this world of spies, secret police, and informants, Simon and Hannah learn that staying together … Continue reading New Release — Alana Terry’s Torn Asunder
Beloved Daughter is on sale now for only 99 cents! About the Book -- In a small North Korean village, a young girl struggles to survive. It is her father's faith, not the famine of North Hamyong Province, that most threatens Chung-Cha's well-being. "The Beloved Daughter" follows Chung-Cha into one of the most notorious prison … Continue reading Review of Beloved Daughter by Alana Terry
Christmas originated in the Roman Empire when Christians gathered together to worship Jesus during the feast of Saturnalia. Since most Christians were poor or slaves, when the pagan majority celebrated Saturnalia, Christians were given the freedom, for that one day, to do whatever they wanted. They had “the day off.” So when their masters, neighbors … Continue reading The War on Christmas
A Review of The Lemon Tree by Ilil Arbel This book was a gift from the author but don't wait until she offers you one! Buy it, get it, read it somehow. You have to know this family, the Wissotzkys. You have to get your frostbitten nose rubbed with snow and fat in Siberia. That's … Continue reading You HAVE to Know What Happens To The Lemon Tree
I am interested in church history, especially regarding Protestants, and as soon as I saw this book I wanted to read it. I got the Amazon Kindle version on a 99 cent Cyber Monday sale after a heads-up from the author on Goodreads. It deals mostly with young adult characters and includes a number of … Continue reading Review of the Huguenot Sword by Shawn Lamb