My Books

All my books are available on my Amazon.com author’s page

Many are available on iBooks, Barnes and Noble, and in other formats on Smashwords.

Or click on individual books below (Chronological order of release dates):

 

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Bad Things CAN Make Good Relationships:

An Unconventional Guide to Building Better Relationships

Discover how attributes normally seen as negative like Anger, Unforgiveness, Confrontation, and Discrimination CAN be used as positives to build relationships.  Not anything like a typical “self Help” book for relationships . . .

Published January 15, 2010   Also available in German, Spanish and French

 

 

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All Things Work Together (A Layton Guy Novel)

Rev. Layton Guy, a local youth pastor,  who volunteers as a chaplain for the Folsom Police Department, finds himself entangled in the investigation of the tragic murder of one of the kids in his youth group.  Layton also has another motivation drawing him into the investigation in ways he doesn’t quite understand:  the victim is not the innocent he and her multimillionaire parents believed her to be . . .

Published March 1, 2010

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 1: Reflections on the Book of James

James is my favorite of the New Testament “letters” because it is SO practical.  It is prepackaged and ready to use in our everyday lives.  so open it up and drink in James’ wisdom!

Designed for book reading apps on smartphones, this unconventional series is for folks on the go who seek a no-nonsense source of insight wherever you might have a minute or two to burn.

Published October 10, 2010

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 2: Just Kidding Around –   Reflections on the First Letter of the Apostle John

There are few who write with more passion than the Apostle John did and few who
have more affection for their readers.  It’s just like a letter from a loving grandpa . . .

Designed for book reading apps on smartphones, this unconventional series is for folks on the go who seek a no-nonsense source of insight wherever you might have a minute or two to burn.

Published December 4, 2010

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 3: Stumbling Over the Finish LineReflections on the Apostle Paul’s Letter to the Philippians

Many Biblical scholars believe that the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians was his last. He was in prison and struggling with illness and had been for a while. It reads like the last words of a man who wants to make sure his last words are his best. They just might be!

Published January 25, 2011

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 4: Living Among The Natives – Reflections on the First Letter of the Apostle Peter

The thing about the Apostle Peter is that he was a regular guy: a fisherman. He wasn’t even a particularly successful fisherman.  In his first letter, he encourages us to “Live an exemplary life among the natives so that [our] actions would refute their prejudices.”  It’s easy for us to see themselves as above the sweating masses from the relative purity of our churches. To do so, however, is to go against the grain of the Gospel. Jesus lived among the natives and Peter followed in His footsteps. The question is: Are you living among the natives?

Published April 12, 2011

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 5: Swept Along in the Charade – Reflections on the Apostle Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

By the time the Apostle Paul wrote this letter to the first century Christians in Galatia, he had been through a lot of . . . well, stuff. He’d been in prison, shipwrecked, split with Barnabas, and had a fight with Jerusalem over how to share ‘The Message” with the gentiles. It’s pretty clear from his writing, especially later in this letter, that he’d had his fill of the whining, bickering, and general wimpiness he’d dealt with on a daily basis – especially from the Galatians. This, however, is what makes this letter so attractive. Paul doesn’t put up with any . . . well, stuff!

Published August 26, 2011

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 6: Praying with Your Eyes Open –  Reflections on the Apostle Paul’s Letter to the Colossians

At the end of his life, while in prison, Paul writes to a folks who were trying to live this new “Christian” lifestyle and were failing miserably. They were trying to make it about a set of rules and it’s not. He writes to encourage and admonish them to exercise the freedom that faith in Jesus Christ brings.  this book is so titled because, like the Colossians, we tend to put too much emphasis on things that are of no significance (like closing your eyes when we pray) and we skip over the important things. Paul wants us to get the “big picture” in our faith.

Published November 30, 2011

 

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FAITH THAT WORKS – Volume 7: Just Keep At It –  Reflections on the Apostle Paul’s First Letter to Timothy

Paul sends a letter of support to his protégé, Timothy, to encourage him to “Just keep at it”.  it’s clear, though, that Paul has a larger audience than just little Timmy.  There’s good stuff for all of us in this letter – especially if your crazy enough to find yourself in some form of leadership in the church.  Paul knows, from experience, that we don’t always get it right the first time and he offers us help for getting it better as we go along.

Published July 9, 2013

 

Compilations

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Triple The Grins

FAITH THAT WORKS – Volumes 1-3

 

 

 

 

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Triple The Grins Too!

FAITH THAT WORKS – Volumes 4-6

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