Category Archives: scripture

Few Are They More In Need Of Advocacy Than Those Wrongly Imprisoned

We all have our causes, right?  We all have something we think to be the most (or among the most) important issues we face.  The wrongful conviction, mass incarceration, and general criminal justice reform issues that plague this country and this generation are at the forefront of my social consciousness. Criminal justice reform is one of the most important issues… Read more »

I’m Voting YES to End the Death Penalty in California (After Years of Supporting It)

“As of October 2015, we have executed over 1,414 individuals in this country since 1976. 156 individuals have been exonerated from death row – that is, found to be innocent and released – since 1973.  In other words, for every 10 people who have been executed since the death penalty was reinstated in the U.S., one person has been set… Read more »

Bargain Book Haul | Used Books & Goodwill Gets!

What’s better than saving tons of money on books?! – buying bargain books while on a road trip through the Southwest! Here’s the books that Tezi and I picked up (at dirt cheap prices!) while on a recent road trip. We hope you enjoy the selections! Let us know if any of these books interest you, or if you’ve already… Read more »

The Pros & Cons of AudioBooks! More Audio Book Talk!

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Audiobooks have begun outselling print books – the publishing world is changing! The way authors share their stories is changing. By now, you all know I loves audiobooks, but there are some legitimate shortcomings to these marvels of modernity. Here’s a fun video where I discuss audiobooks (yet more), focusing primarily on the pros & cons of the medium, as well as… Read more »

Audio books are outselling print books! Let’s discuss audio books

A new article just came out that says audio books are outselling many print books. Audio books are the fastest growing market in publishing and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Is this the future of reading? The article starts off by saying forget you books audio books are the real future of reading. Does this scare you? Perhaps… Read more »

Beginning to Look (and Feel) a lot like Christmas!

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas indeed! Tezi and I are decorating the noble fir Christmas tree that we purchased yesterday.  It’s an exciting and joyous time.  We wanted to share our love with you, wishing you all of the blessings of God during this season where we celebrate the birth of the Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, called… Read more »

Our Favorite Things of November 2015!

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With November behind us, we want to share with you some of our favorite things from the month. From books to holiday drinks, from music to movies, come find some recommendations that you might enjoy or even use as gift ideas. We live in a world that has so many products, so many services, and we know that we’re often… Read more »

Books for which I’m most thankful this Thanksgiving!

Books that made me laugh, books that changed my life, books that rocked my world… these are some of the categories that represent the books for which I’m most thankful.  Here’s Tezi & I wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving!   The books that turned me into a reader… and eventually brought me into BookTube… Enjoy the video!… Read more »

I am half agony, half hope… Terrorism & Suffering

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Unfortunately, we don’t need a reminder that there is much suffering in this world. Any brief glance at the daily news is enough to confirm your worst fears. Somebody’s nightmare is being lived out somewhere, at nearly any time of day. Last night, Nov. 18, during a Bible study that Tezi and I attend, a woman was expressing with much… Read more »

How To Make Today Better Than Yesterday – Avoid the Old Mistakes!

Overcoming bad habits is not easy. We often carry a lot of shame and guilt for our past decisions, even if it was just yesterday. In this video, Jer & Tezi help you learn how to avoid making the same bad choices over and over again. Here’s how to make today better than yesterday. Here’s one step in the right… Read more »