This is kind of exciting for me to have my book in a large-scale outlet like this. But I have to admit, I also harbor this secret fear that no one will show up!
I can see myself sitting there waiting to sign a copy of Lost Boy and having people think I work there and I can tell them where the bathroom is in the store! Come to think of it, would you ask a guy who wrote a book called Lost Boy for directions?
So . . . I am hoping that a lot of you will show up for moral support! It’s all going to happen at 2:00 P.M. this Sunday, July 13. The Barnes & Noble is located at the Galleria at Tyler, 3485 Tyler Street, Riverside. For more information, you can call 951-358-0899.
The new 3g iPhone
I tried to get one yesterday, but the lines were too long!
Did any of you get one? Well, how is it?
One cool thing is a new Bible app you can put on the phone. Check it out!
Back to Upside-Down Living!
I am back in my series from the book of Acts that I am calling Upside-Down Living. My message this Sunday will be from Acts 9 on the very unexpected conversion of the notorious Saul of Tarsus.
Saul was one of the worst persecutors the Church had known up that point, hunting down followers of Jesus. One day, on the road to Damascus, the hunter became the hunted! And Saul met Jesus.
Come join us or check it out online by clicking here.
An amazing story from Nick Vujicic!
Nick Vujicic will be my special guest at all three Sunday morning services, when I will interview him. He will also speak Sunday night at Harvest for our Day 7 service.
You will be amazed and blessed by Nick’s unique and moving story of how he has been able to overcome the disability of having no limbs. For more info on Nick, check my previous post.
Some cool stuff to check out
Here is a link to my WorldNetDaily column that runs every Sunday.