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The publisher of Scared is giving away free e-book downloads on November 1 & 2. Don’t miss this great deal. Download Scared today! Download your free Scared e-book! A Note from the Author: Tom Davis Scared is a work of fiction, but the world […]

On October 21, I will be speaking at a special luncheon at the Together for Adoption conference in Phoenix, AZ. If you are involved in orphan ministry in any way, this is a truly valuable experience. (Keep reading to find […]

I’ve just read a fascinating book by Thomas Oden on how Africa became the seedbed for western Christianity entitled, How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind. Having just returned from Africa and going again this September, my interest was peaked about […]

I am currently writing a book that features the stories of people who have lived out Jesus’ “Red Letter” teachings, and I want you to contribute! I am looking for stories of people who have lived out the red letters of […]

Breaking the trend of offering local-only deals, Living Social Web site offers $20 Amazon Gift Card for only $10. Get yours today! Today Living Social if offering a $20 Amazon Gift Card for just $10. These sites usually only offer […]

Phyllis Tickle wrote a book called, The Great Emergence – How Christianity is Changing and Why that we read for my doctoral course. I think Phyllis is an incredible brilliant and talented woman. All that to say, I don’t agree with her on […]

My novel, Priceless, about a young Russian girl who leaves an orphanage and gets caught up in the sex trade, has been nominated for a second award. The Romantic Times has given their highest rating, 4 1/2 stars to Priceless and nominated it for Best […]

Today from 1:00-2:00 pm Mountain Standard Time, I will be the guest on Moody Radio Network with Chris Fabry. This event will be live and the focus will be on sex trafficking around the world, in the U.S., and what […]

When you first arrive in Oxford, England, what’s the first thing you do?!

“Picture Jesus walking down the streets of Jerusalem. What kinds of things moved his heart? Where was His compassion revealed? I think we can all see where his compassion wasn’t aroused. For example, when people had turned His Father’s house […]