“… Ron, who currently works as the Resident Chaplain at Georgian Bay General Hospital in Midland, ON., counts it an unbelievably humbling privilege and responsibility to serve the Living God in any capacity. He loves to read widely, learn new things about people, history, and life in general, and plans to complete a fifth book in the future. Ron is also an award-winning author and his fourth book entitled The Banquet (based on the Parable of the Great Banquet in Luke 14), which won The Best New Canadian Manuscript Award (sponsored by Castle Quay Books) in June of 2017, was released December 2018…”
You can click the image of Ron’s book to go directly to Amazon and read the first few pages for free.
“Ambition. Some people have a lot of it; some not so much; while others are just content (or not) to do what they’ve always been doing: enjoy life, work, family, and all the other stuff. Ambition is defined as: a strong desire to do or to achieve something, typically requiring determination and hard work. Some people may be hard workers and have various interests (different types of hobbies, etc.), yet not necessarily be ambitious at the same time. Then we come to the two disciples known as the Zebedee brothers (or the sons of Zebedee) James and John, that we read of in Matthew 20. It would appear that the two brothers may have been secretly yearning to make it big in heaven and had quite the dream they wanted to follow down! Whatever the case, their mother let the proverbial “cat” out of the bag! Perhaps it was solely her cat??” read more …
We hope you enjoyed meeting our newest author, Ron J Mahler. You can follow Ron and our other authors as they blog, publish, and invite you to meet them in person when they do a speaking engagement.
What better way to start the new year than with a devotional to study through The Lord’s Prayer? A look back at 2018 for a very busy author, Anna Sklar, who writes Bible Studies, Devotionals, and nonfiction.
“I’ve been busy.
Not just when it comes to creating or updating or compiling books.
I got myself a part-time job and started a Master’s program too!
The job and the schooling are done from home, which is the only way it works for me.
And I’m grateful, SO GRATEFUL, for all that fills my days.