It’s an exciting conversation. You and your publisher discussing the details of your upcoming book.
“My upcoming book”–words I thought might never be able to say–and now I can thanks to Morgan James Publishing.
Here are some details:
The revised title: Restoring the Shattered: Illustrating Christ’s Love Through the Church in One Accord.
The front cover: Morgan James designers are working to bring the cover to life. I should have an image to show you in a few weeks.
A foreword: William D. Watkins–author, president of Literary Solutions, and my editor–has graciously agreed to pen the foreword for my book. I’m so honored that he accepted this commission.
Timeline: Restoring the Shattered: Illustrating Christ’s Love Through the Church in One Accord is currently in the editing process. I hope to have advance copies on hand in September. The E-book is slated to be available in October. And the paperback release date to stores is in January.
Restoring the Shattered: Illustrating Christ’s Love Through the Church in One Accord is an account of our family’s journey through single-motherhood and material need. Our journey shows the power Christians of varying traditions manifest when we live out the Gospel for the sake of those in need.
Our story illustrates common problems in our society, the fracturing of families and communities, reflecting a splintered Church. Alienated families and a riven Church cannot minister effectively to our own members or others until we come together.
Restoring the Shattered: Illustrating Christ’s Love Through the Church in One Accord is not a call to discard our differences and become a melded Christianity devoid of doctrinal distinctions. It’s a call to respect each other and work beside each other to obey Christ’s call for accord, in love for Him, for our Christian siblings, and for those outside the family of faith. Christian accord produces obedience to Christ’s call to minister to those in need.
More updates ahead! Stay tuned!
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5 Replies to “Publication Update for 'Restoring the Shattered'”
I’m excited for you. Congratulations, Nancy.
Thank you! God bless!
Thanks, Mitch! God bless!
How exciting, Nancy. Congratulations!