Daniel Sykes is one of the country's most notorious serial killers. And Jacob Deaver is tasked with writing his biography. For the fledgling true-crime author, it is the opportunity of a lifetime; a guaranteed best seller. But not everyone is sold. Camille Grisham, the former FBI agent responsible for Sykes' capture, thought that the worst chapter of her life had finally been closed, until Deaver approaches her in a coffee shop with a most unwelcome proposition.
Best-selling authors Chip Bell and John Patterson here describe the new rules for coping with demanding customers in a wired, want-it-now world. Bell and Patterson provide a tested formula for restoring balance to the customer relationship by establishing what they call “Service Calm”. The three steps to Service Calm sound simple, but they draw on sophisticated psychological principles and are profound in application.
Buck Shott - adventurer, hero, Oreo-addict - is called into action to stop a plot to destroy the civilized world, not to mention the not-so-civilized. With his bravery, cunning, and general disregard for logic, Buck faces the evil leader of the small country of Babenstan, Lazlo Sonobavich, who is on the verge of launching an attack on the United States! Thrill to the action, puns, wordplay, funny jokes, not-so-funny jokes, really bad jokes, and action as Buck attempts to save the world!
Time has become an enemy rather than gift, so in our contemporary frenetic lifestyles, the institution of the Sabbath is more important than ever.
A look at why Christians have been reluctant to speak about money, and how the parlous state of current financial affairs requires that we learn a new vocabulary.
In an era of soft-soap spirituality, in which some Christians are looking for palliative care, it's may be time to look at a more radical expectation of God - in the company of John Lennon, the Dixie Chicks and others.
The registering of civil partnerships creates a dilemma when both parties are Christians and ask for a blessing. The issue and the scriptures are here revisited by Broadcaster, theologian and lecturer John Bell.
Broadcaster, theologian and lecturer John Bell (of the Iona Community) attempts to liberate Jesus from being a passive imp and the church from being masons in mufti.
Since Yuri Gagarin first circled the earth and failed to see God on a cloud, the venue and significance of heaven has taken a nosedive. Here, broadcaster, theologian, and lecturer John Bell relocates it.
Is it now time to close the doors for good when churches diminish in size, and wait for God to do something different? Or is the desert time part of God's purpose? John Bell of the Iona community explores.
In an era when asylum-seekers and foreigners are suspected in Britain, are there Gospel perspectives on the 'outsider', which Christians need to rediscover? John Bell explores.
Broadcaster and theologian John Bell critically re-reads the narrative account of miracles performed by Jesus and suggests that there is more to these passages than meets the eye.
When we think of disciples or heroes of faith, male names normally rise to the surface. John Bell asks whether this means that females don't exist, or that they are all called Mary, or that it is time to air some conspiracy theories?
The early stories of Genesis have caused more heat than light. Broadcaster and theologian, John Bell asks whether they are historical records of our memory, or gifts for our imagination with relevance to faith in today's world?
Tonight on the program, guest host Hari Sreenivasan discusses the FBI's recommendation on Hillary Clinton with Glenn Thrush of Politico.
Next, a conversation on the sharing economy with professor Arun Sundararajan, C.E.O. Brad Hargreaves of Common, and author Rana Foroohar.
We conclude with a discussion of Facebook's impact on journalism with John Herrman, a media reporter for The New York Times, Jay Rosen of New York University, and Melissa Bell from Vox Media.