This Christian classic, as read by the author, is delivered in a humble and honest spirit. It is compelling, practical and motivating. The content meets vital needs in all kinds of people - those new in the faith, those who feel stale and dissatisfied with their religion, those who want to take their faith with them into their relationships and their vocational lives as natural non-religious ways (but don’t have a clue about how to do it).
Best-selling author Keith Miller details a proven process to take your evangelical writing from idea to completed manuscript. You'll learn how to develop an idea into a working title and table of contents, to gather material, and to choose your audience. Then get advice on the actual writing (Miller prefers "telling"), the inevitable rewrites, working with a publisher, and much more. Miller is the author of The Taste of New Wine and Hope in the Fast Lane.
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Keith Miller, a businessman, was asked to speak in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, to an Easter sunrise service. Not being an ordained minister, Keith decided to try to get inside Matthew and walk through the events of the crucifixion and resurrection during the first Easter. The results were startling. A young engineer broadcasting the service flipped on his recorder and captured the event. Thousands of people who heard the honest, poignant presentation have said that God used it to change their lives.
"A moving experience"