I’m doing this through a crowdfunding campaign on Publishizer.com. You wouldn’t believe some of the collaborators who are coming aboard. This project is seriously taking flight!
But in order for me to get the Word out, I need your help.
Here’s how it works: I’ve made several package options available ranging from the e-book only, to signed softcover packages, to the exclusive 4-Star package suitable for a large church or organization.
I’ve set a funding goal of $7,500. If I meet the goal, I will be able to make the finishing touches to give you the best possible product–literally, a work of art.
The project goes forward and everybody wins.
If I fail to hit my target goal in 55 days, everyone is refunded their payment, and it’s back to the drawing board.
I’m confident that this book will find itself in exactly the hands it was meant for.
But I can’t do it alone.
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I hope to have One of the Few in your hands and on your screens by this November.
Thank you for your readership and for your help making this a reality.
ichard Linklater’s Boyhood is one of the year’s most notable movies. Linklater attempts to capture the total experience of boyhood. and does it well. Boyhood was filmed with same actors over a period of 12 years, giving it an uncommon authenticity.
This is an incredible time to present what it means to be a boy in an age of such confusion about what it means to be a man. Press…
worship a god of hate.
That’s right, my god hates. He’s full of it. He hates every day. There’s not a single second of the day when he’s not hating.
In fact, my god probably hates more than your god.
That’s why I’m teaching my children to hate. I want them to hate so much that it drive them to action. I want people to be affected by all the hate they have built up inside. Press…
hristianity is more than a belief system. It is a away of life. The principles derived from Scripture inform the head and guide the heart. The Christian worldview is one of the few where philosophy corresponds to the human experience with coherence and consistency.
But inevitably, events will occur which threaten to shake the foundations of our world. We lavish God with praise when his blessing fall upon us, but when tragedy strikes, praises turn into questions.
Why does there have to be suffering? Press…
he hills are alive /
With the sound of…
…A softening US Marine Corps.
That sentiment has surfaced from critics of the “reawakening” campaign in America’s beloved fighting force. Press…
his Christmas season, part of our experience included going back to black and white. I wanted to create a shared experience with my children. I wanted to watch It’s A Wonderful Life. I recently saw clips of the colorized version and determined that with color, there was a chance for success.
And we would watch it without any other screens in the room. No laptops and no iTouches. It was a revolutionary new way (and by new, I mean old)
to watch a movie: with undivided attention. Press…
he day had arrived to return back home from a trip overseas. My hotel room was unusually dark for the time of morning. I drew open the curtains to reveal a blizzard swirling beneath a grey expanse.
I walked outside and looked up. The air, while saturated with snow, was clear. As I looked up, my focus climbed through several stories of snowflakes descending upon southern Japan. The light above was easy on the eyes.
very fighter pilot must learn how to conduct low altitude bombing runs. This mission requires mastery of several skill sets.
You must fly at high airspeeds at low altitudes. You must dynamically maneuver around terrain and quickly respond to surface-to-air threats. And you must be able to acquire the correct target and make a valid weapons delivery. Press…
ave you ever felt like asking a Christian, “What are you so happy about?” Those who don’t share the same faith sometimes find Christians annoying.
This is understandable.
The Christian caricature has his head in the clouds. He is too heavenly minded to be any earthly good. He smiles and sings, seemingly oblivious to the suffering around him.