The chapter title graphics for the hardcover edition of Worthy.
Worthy, due out by the end of May.
Yeshua rises and appears to an indeterminate number of his followers.
9 August 2022: Jigsaw Puzzle Cover of Rebecca Too In anticipation of the release of Worthy, I have updated the cover of Rebecca Too with the jigsaw puzzle artwork. This will have a tie-in with Worthy when it’s released in a few months. It’s already available on the Kindle and EPub versions and will soon … Continue reading Rebecca Too, New Cover
Picking Grain on the Sabbath As the chapter opens, Yeshua is under scrutiny from the Pharisees for allowing his disciples to pluck grain on the Sabbath. Yeshua doesn’t apologize, but rather turns it back onto his opponents by reminding them of an incident involving David and stating Temple officials also violate the Sabbath. For the … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: Matthew 12
Cover artwork for Words Words Words, compiled works.
Funeral Alyssa, age seventeen, is milling about in the vestibule of a Methodist church in Midtown Atlanta, waiting for the funeral of her aunt, Margaret Blaine, who she knows as Peg, to begin. A life-long chain smoker, Margaret succumbed to lung cancer nearly a week earlier. As her oldest and closest brother, it fell to … Continue reading Rebecca, Too: Three Views of the Sorceress
Nurse Lana Turner moves down the hall of the emergency ward at Grady Hospital in Atlanta where she's worked for more than twelve years. In that time, she's seen the job move from patient charts on clipboards hung on the foots of beds to sophisticated, hand-held devices that automatically update the central database, showing up … Continue reading Rebecca, Too: Snapshot McCall
Some years ago, the Reader's Digest caused quite a stir by issuing a condensed version of the Bible. Televangelists were up in arms, some going so far as to burn the book and calling for an all out boycott of the Reader's Digest organization. Despite all the outrage, no one seems to care that there … Continue reading The Bible Tells Me So
Isaac is almost a footnote in the history of Israel. He's born; he's almost sacrificed by his father; he marries Rebekah; he buries Abraham; he fathers Esau and Jacob; he almost gives Rebekah to Abimelek; he's tricked into giving away Esau's blessing to Jacob; then he reconciles with Jacob and dies, all in the span … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: Genesis, Isaac