In the past year, I have written five novels. I find it amazing how most people dream of publishing a book, yet are fearful in so doing. Here are some helpful hints.
Hard to Say I'm Sorry is a novel about a man who seeks to rectify the wrongs of his past. Within the novel there is remorse, romance, repentance, and a renewed life.
A Modern Exposition on the Words of the Apostle Paul
I just published my first novel, "All Things Work Together for God (Romans 8:28)" by L. C. Markland. You can order a copy on amazon, barnes and nobles, or westbowpress.
This article is from my own personal experience in dealing with chronic pain.
Since 2006, I have had my share of hospital visits, doctor visits, surgeries, epidural shots the list can go on and on. Every time I see a new doctor, I panic at feeling out the forms because there is just too much for my brain to retain in such a...
Several years ago I recall reading a letter a person wrote about dealing with her chronic pain My initial thought was that of most people: suck it up and move on. However, having dealt with such issues the past several years, my perspective has...
I find it interesting how people tend to jump to conclusions without gaining the facts.
Having ministered for twenty years and having gone through my own personal struggles, I realize that much attention is focused on those in need of care while the caretakers are often overlooked.
Life is too short to worry about the little things...take time to enjoy that which is before you now.
Growing up in a dysfunctional family, I know the struggles families face and offer a solution that seems too simple...but it works.
How much longer will the American people allow our government misappropriate tax dollars?
Here a some suggestions for men on how to say I Love You to their wives.
Often times, I am ask I do you know a person's heart. Well the Bible gives us some clear answers as to how define and discern the heart of an individual.
I wrote this article for anyone who is struggling with self-esteem.
Some suggestions as to overcome the emotional battle of chronic pain.
A personal testimony of what i go through on a consistent basis with chronic pain and how I have learned to deal with it.
I am appalled by today's events. What must we do to facilitate change.
This is Chapter 4 of Let My People Go...it describes Pharaoh's to Moses request to let God's people go and how Moses must felt after his first attempt.
This is a short article about the simplicity of the gospel message.
This is Chapter 3 of "Let My People Go..." I have cited six lessons we can learn from Moses' experience.
Wondering what is the purpose of life and if we are any better off today than we were in years prior.
I have been known to do some outlandish things in my day...some are the result of my of doings, while others are the result of pure chance. This is one such story....
Will mankind cease to exist on December 21, 2012? Absolutely. There is Scriptural proof to prove it.
This is the second chapter of "Let My People Go..." It demonstrates God's protection over Moses and how He is able make provisions for the plans He has for His people and how He can open the hearts of those you would least likely expect.
This is the first chapter of a series I presented in 2011. It is how the story of Moses and the children of Israel parallel our lives today. Prayerfully, we are learn from them.
This article challenges us to honestly see the contradictions between the true meaning of Christmas and Commercialism along with some other inconsistencies.
This poem was written in remembrance of my mother who passed away under my care.
This is a memory where a son fails to listen to the wisdom of his father. As a result, the son learns three very important lessons about life.
This is a poem of a young man's quest to find love. In the end, he realizes that love was standing and staring at him all along...