We close out our series of Books That Go Together with a look at the latest production in the Warren Family Series, Love’s Great Plan. In this book, we meet David and Charity’s son, Coty. He is police officer who shoots a teen in self-defense. While he is fighting his demons after the shooting, will he allow Amanda help him? Or push her away? Does Love’s Great Plan include a life together for Coty and Amanda? Or not?
So, how about a free book this week? Send me a message via Facebook or Twitter or e-mail. I’ll send you a copy of one of the three Warren Family books that I have recorded. Just tell me which book you want.
This week we move from multiple stories about individuals to stories about a family. In a series of five books, we meet the Warren Family. The first book I produced for Regina Puckett, Concealed in My Heart, tells the story of the romance between David and Charity Warren. Songs That I Whisper introduces us to the first of their adult children Suzette and her beau, Seth Black. We examine and sample both of these books in this podcast. Next week, we’ll look at the other books in the series.
This week, I conclude my interview with Anne Baxter Campbell and Trish Horner about the latest Narration by George Audio Book release, The Roman’s Quest. Anne is the author of this very fine novel. Trish was the narrator for the female characters and the female point-of-view narratives. In today’s podcast, Anne interviews Trish and me. We talked about the novel and about the faith in God that is evident throughout and central to the book. You’ll hear examples of everything mentioned.
Last week’s podcast challenged us to be a BLESS-ing by sharing how Jesus’ intersects our story. When we rise to that challenge, we’ll hear questions. Some easy. Some hard. Beginning with this episode, we examine five hard questions that people may ask you about God. How should you answer? Listen for some help with this question.
My wife and I met up with Sue Badeau outside Atlanta one Saturday afternoon. She graciously agreed to be interviewed about her work with adoptive and foster children and as a writer. We talked about her involvement in the Sweetland series from Helping Hands Press and I play some excerpts from the two books I have recorded for her. Summer in Sweetland: Never Too Old and Roots and Wings at Loonstone Lake: Call of the Loon. Thank you, “Dr.” Sue Badeau, for a wonderful Saturday afternoon and a fun interview.
Here are links to the books discussed in this interview:
This week’s podcast comes courtesy of a blog posted by a young man studying at The Princeton Theological Seminary. He asks the question which titles our podcast: How Would Jesus Date? Intriguing to me. Even better are the thoughts he shares with us. Thank you, John Paul Cooke for sharing these thoughts and allowing me to use them in this podcast.