Thursday, June 19, 2014

The Jesus Diet on My Bridge Radio in Nebraska!

A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by some very gracious gentlemen from Nebraska. They were hosts of My Bridge Radio and they asked me some (significantly difficult) questions about The Jesus Diet. And I did my best to answer them. I've just learned that the interview is tentatively scheduled to air on July 15 in the morning. So, if you're in Nebraska, have a listen! If you're not in Nebraska, you can still listen. I'll be posting streaming links all over the place. :)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

CrossReads Book Blast with Lisa Schuster

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Service Station Angel By Lisa J. Schuster

About the Book:

Sometimes God places you in a situation of great perplexity, but you perceive His intentions are premeditated and purposeful. Do you trust His lead? "Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him; do not fret when people succeed in their ways, when they carry out their wicked schemes." - Psalms 37:7 (NIV) Ernie Price is a middle-aged, humble-hearted man who owns and operates a service station in a rural Midwest town in Upper Michigan, back in a time when full service was the only service, and you got your windows cleaned and your tires pumped for free. Ernie's life has been a reflection of God's love, giving of himself fully and graciously to people in the community and his church. As music director for the children's choir or hosting the yearly Christmas party for the less-fortunate children in town, Ernie impacted lives and was loved by many. When trouble rocks the small town and Ernie is physically incapacitated to offer his help, the community is left to pick up the pieces, mourn, and move on, while Ernie wrestles with the spiritual questions of his accident:

My glimpse of heaven is for what purpose on earth?

Why do I feel compelled to help this stranger know the love of the Lord? Who is this stranger anyway?

This heartwarming story of love, faithful forgiveness and following God's perfect plan, will inspire and delight!


80c6dd3e31f90a82390bef.L._V366868119_SX200_Faith, family and friends inspired Lisa J. Schuster to write again and God nudged her to publish her first novel, Service Station Angel. She believes the words in this book are her service to others, so that they may find joy and comfort during a season of time when they need it most. "May your hand reach up towards His so that you may touch another with Jesus' abundant love," prays Lisa. Lisa lives in Highlands Ranch, Colorado with her husband and two children. She enjoys creative writing, traveling, working with inner city youth, bible study groups, singing and theater.

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Giveaway on Goodreads!

I'm giving away 10 copies of The Jesus Diet (paperback edition) on Goodreads! Enter to win your copy today! Already have a copy? Enter anyway and get a copy for a friend or library. Thanks for your support!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Jesus Diet by Robin Merrill

The Jesus Diet

by Robin Merrill

Giveaway ends July 11, 2014.
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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Rewired by Brandon Cox Book Review

If you love Jesus and you like playing on the Internet (and if you are reading this, changes are good that both of these things are true), then you should read this book.

It covers so much ground, it's difficult to provide highlights, but I'll try. Rewired covers why social media is crucial to Kingdom work and how believers can efficiently engage online. I've been talking about "Facebook evangelism" for years, and this book provided both confirmation that I'm on the right track and insight as to how I can do online life better. It's just a plain old good read from a bright and engaging writer.

If you want to be part of the greater global conversation, this book is an important part of that conversation. Please read it!