Listen from 5-6 PM to Jennifer and I today on FM 90.7 The Talk of the Town
Today Jennifer McMullen and I will be on The Talk of the Town with Tom Pace to talk about our new record God from A to Z that accompanies my book by the same title. Tom's show runs from 5-6 PM, so give us a listen, encourage your friends to tune in and listen too. Thanks for your support!
For over 37 years Deb Beckman Cockrell has carried the most interesting, unique, and useful gifts, accessories, and products. Southern hospitality is always in abundance at The Enchanted Garden. Located at 2429 Line Avenue in Shreveport, The Enchanted Garden is known as the area's "must-see" shop. Deb makes shopping in her store fun and is always helpful to find just the right gifts. I always find new and interesting things at The Enchanted Garden. Their free gift wrapping service seals the deal for shopping ease. I'm so excited that Deb has incorporated my book and CD titled God from A to Z into her product line. A great birthday or baby shower gift, the book and CD can be purchased separately or as a bundle. I hope you will check out my book and CD the next time you go to The Enchanted Garden. If you've never been there, make the time to go this weekend. Take your time as you go through nine distinct rooms filled with beautiful jewelry, accessories, Louisiana specialty items (like LSU gifts), spa/pamper me items, toys for all ages and seasonal gift items.
To learn more about my book, click below to see a short video trailer for the book.
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Jennifer McMullen and I celebrated the release of God from A to Z record album Sunday evening with family and friends at Jennifer's home. We had a great time visiting, eating, listening to music, and sharing in the joy of making a record to complement and reinforce the message of the book by the same title. Thanks to everyone who encouraged, rejoiced and celebrated with us.
What's better than finding a good book in the library? Reading one...
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
I had the opportunity to share and read my book to students at the First Baptist Church School in Shreveport this Tuesday morning. They were a wonderful audience, and we had a good time reading and learning more about God together.
Reading at First Baptist Church School!
As we headed for Concourse A to catch our flight home from Chicago, Ike decided to go back and try to find some food before we went to our gate. I decided not to walk back to the food court, so sat at one of the tables pictured below to wait on his return. As I sat down and looked to my right, I saw ......
... a young couple at a table next to me deep in study of THE BIBLE. I said it sure was nice to see people studying God's Word. We struck up a conversation, and I learned that they were newlyweds (married 9 months) and headed home to Sacramento, CA from a Christian training program they had completed in the area. I shared my book with them, and they shared that they had made a commitment at the training program to serve full time in a Christian ministry to athletes. As we parted, the young man lead the four of us in a prayer that we would be effective in sharing the gospel and in our efforts to minister to those in and outside the body of Christ. It was a great chance meeting, and Ike and I were blessed by it.
Just last Monday, April 24, 2017, I had the privilege of going to Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, IL. I met with with some of the staff and am happy to say that my book will now be part of the Moody Bible Institute’s Library collection. I am so excited about the potential for God from A to Z to be used as a resource and teaching tool to positively impact those who don’t know God yet and to assist those teaching and studying at the Moody Bible Institute with taking the message of God’s Word around the world.
This inscription was just inside the doors of the administration building.
The photos above are from Moody Bible Institute in downtown Chicago. The photos below are from along Michigan Avenue also in downtown. Their old water plant has beautiful architectural elements reminiscent of church architecture.
The tulips and other flowers blooming along the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Ave.) were stunning this time of year.