By October 21, 2015Last year I shared a review of my graphic novel Eternity, written by (then) 12-year-old Katie, who reviews books on her blog. She recently reviewed my latest graphic novel The Apostle. |
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By October 16, 2015God’s Promise of Happiness is designed for believers who want an introduction to the topic of happiness, but don’t have the time or inclination to engage the larger work. It's also written for unbelievers who are interested in the subject and will be drawn to the Gospel as “good news of happiness” (Isaiah 52:7, ESV). |
By October 2, 2015Reviews of my new book | Happiness are coming in. After three years of researching and writing this book, it’s fun and encouraging to see readers’ responses. Very grateful!
By September 30, 2015I spent the last three years researching and writing on a biblical view of happiness. It was a lot of work, but also an eye-opening and happy-making experience as I examined the often-neglected truth that though the present world involves much evil and suffering, nonetheless God calls us to find pleasure and delight in him. |
Christ-honoring graphic novels, such as Eternity and The Apostle, can positively impact children and teenagers… and older people too!
By August 17, 2015I’ve found that graphic novels are the easiest books on the planet to give away to young people. When they have a gospel-centered message, they become a nonthreatening and easy means to share the gospel and/or reinforce biblical truth with young and old alike. |
By July 24, 2015The Apostle is my second graphic novel, and is based on the epic life and missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul. I’ve included, with painstaking accuracy (though having to condense), most of what the Bible tells us about Paul, while adding fictional details and dialogue to make the story work as a graphic novel. |
By July 22, 2015We love the fact that God uses Randy’s books to change people’s lives in two ways: through the reading of the words and through the giving away of the royalties. Here's just a few of the many book responses we've received over the past 25 years. |
By May 22, 2015| Edge of Eternity was my third novel. Over the years I’ve noticed that the response to the book has generally landed in two extremes—some readers love it and others…not so much.
By October 15, 2014Of all the questions we confront in life, none is larger and more perplexing than the question of God’s sovereignty and human choice. |