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ScottM84

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  • Birthday 01/12/1984

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  1. Welcome. My name is Scott also. I've got a couple of children's novels that I plan to publish in the future that have a couple of scenes set in Edmonton (the airport and West Ed Mall). The main characters live in Lloydminster and the boys in the family are big Oilers fans.
  2. About a year ago, we had a period in our church that lasted for several weeks during which I feel safe in saying that my church experienced revival. We had a number of people saved, we had several people join the church, and had quite a few services that saw the altars full. A revival meeting was part of that, but in reality, the movement of the Spirit that we experienced began a couple of weeks before the "official" meeting, and lasted for a few weeks beyond that. Despite the fact that the revival meeting was a key part of what happened, I'd say that a message that my pastor preached entitled
  3. And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28 Romans 8:28 is one of the the most familiar verses in the Bible and one of the verses people most like to "claim." It also seems to be one of the most misunderstood and misapplied. All too often, the misunderstanding arises when someone refuses to simply allow the scripture to say what it says. The most obvious misunderstanding is the fact that the verse does not apply to everyone -- it applies to "them that love God, to them who are the called a
  4. @swathdiver I just sent a message to their online bookstore to try to find out if it's a possibility. Here's hoping they say yes. Either way, thanks for the suggestion!
  5. @Standing Firm In Christ What type of books do you write? Do you mind my asking what you do to promote them? I've extremely limited on budget, so I've mostly done mine through Facebook. I set my account up for direct deposit as well. It's a lot easier, and it makes more sense than waiting to get enough for them to send a paper check. I've had some online sales, but I've done most of mine either selling the books myself or by consignment sales. Then again, since I basically have to do it all on a shoestring, so CreateSpace being so cost efficient was a big factor in my choosing them. I don
  6. When you say Swordbooks, Sword of the Lord is the first thing that comes to mind for me. Is that what you're talking about? If not, I'd like to look into what you are referring to. Either way, that might not be a bad idea. I'd have to check into whether or not they'd do print on demand because I published through CreateSpace. Anything that helps get it out is good though. It can't do anyone any good if it doesn't get into their hands.
  7. Hello, everyone! My name is Scott Morris, and as the title says, I'm from Mississippi. I found the forum just now by way of a Google search and thought I'd sign up to see if I can get some thoughts on an idea I have. Back in February, I published my first book, a Christian novel for older preteens and younger teens, and I'm looking for a way to make it more accessible to missionaries. I'm not quite sure where to post my idea, so I thought I'd mention it in my introduction so as to be directed to the right spot. Anyway, a bit more about me: I've served as the music director at my church fo
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