Supervillain of the Day
The supervillain outbreak has begun. Reports are trickling in from all over the world of havoc and mayhem being wreaked by evil masterminds and villains. In the midst of this world-wide phenomena, however, London is strangely calm and peaceful. Not a single supervillain has made an appearance. For most Londoners this is very good news, but for the editor of a tabloid paper specializing in the strange and unusual it’s very bad news indeed.
Reporter Jeffry Floyd is assigned the task of finding a supervillain “or else.” He appeals to Scotland Yard for help, but his incessant poking at shadows gets him banned from the case, until one sergeant realizes that both Floyd and his “investigation” are more than they seem…
The Tale of Pirate Shishkabob
Once upon a time there was a pirate known as Shishkabob. He was a great and terrible pirate. His flag was feared all over the seven seas. However, Shishkabob was a most unusual pirate. Instead of a skull, his flag showed a bowl of vegetables, and in place of the crossbones there was a set of crossed skewers. Because more than anything, Shishkabob and his men liked to eat.
The Tale of Pirate Shishkabob is a delightful picture book that tells of the adventures of some very hungry pirates. Illustrated in vivid colored pencils, it even includes a recipe in the back so that you can make your own Piratey Shishkabobs when you’ve finished the story.
Written by Katie Lynn Daniels
Illustrated by Leila Clemons
Sanctity of Life
In a world where war is glorified and violence enjoyed in films for all ages one question is never addressed – never answered. What is the worth of a single human life? Is one soul insignificant when compared to the sea of casualties?
The Universe, Science, and God
Science and religion have always attempted to be separate studies, but this results in chaos and confusion for both fields.Only by acknowledging the co-dependency of science and religion can we begin to unravel the perennial questions of who we are, where we came from, and what our purpose on this Earth is.
A collection of blog posts on the topic of science and religion, curated and edited for streamlined reading.
The Sword and the Pen: The Poetry of Holy Worlds
From fanciful rhymes to rich ballads to sober prayers, “The Sword and Pen” is a collection as diverse as the people who wrote it. A compilation of over 130 poems, drabbles, and six-word stories written by the members of Holy Worlds, this collection showcases the heart and spirit of writers dedicated to capturing their words for Christ. Join an adventure that flows from dragons and battles to love and death. No two poems are alike.
Heralds of Courage: A Holy Worlds Anthology
(Editor and Contributor)
Justice is—the punishment of the guilty, deserved rewards, a righteous God; the absence of mercy.
Honor is—kneeling in prayer, never quitting, doing what must be done; making the right decision.
Hope is—a quiet faith in things unseen, a chance to turn your life around; the will to continue.
Courage is what happens when you put these three things together. From the authors of “The Sword and the Pen” comes another anthology, this time branching out to include short stories as well as poetry, drabbles, and prose that defies definition. Authors were challenged to write on one of three different topics and the result is 36 breathtaking depictions of virtue, judgement, failure, and perseverance. Let yourself be drawn into a world of battles and spaceships, werewolves and courtrooms, and the courage to stand up to it all.