Book Prep

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Book Description

Here is a description of the primary focus of my book and how it is unique from the plethora of other books available on the topic of Christian peacemaking:

Love your enemies. Prior to when Jesus first uttered these revolutionary words, no religion or moral teaching had ever propounded such a way of life. For those of us committed to the way of Jesus, He has much to teach us about working for peace amongst the oppressed and marginalized of our world.  Let’s allow Jesus to be our teacher, model and guide as we attempt to cultivate and spread God’s shalom in communities and localities where it is painfully absent. […]

Help Choose My Book’s Title

I need your help choosing a title for the book I’m currently writing and hope to get published.  To better inform your feedback, you might want to first read my post entitled “Book Description”.  That post briefly describes the primary focus of the book and how it is unique from the plethora of other books available on the topic of Christian peacemaking.

Choosing A Great Title: When it comes to crafting an eye-catching, stellar title, Michael Hyatt suggests that great titles must either “make a promise, create intrigue, identify a need, or simply state the content.”  The challenge is to create a title that succinctly gets at the heart of the book’s content and purpose.  With this in mind I’ll simply list the potential titles that I’ve already brainstormed.  Feel free to vote on your favorite title(s) and/or your least favorite ones.  Alternatively, you may want to come up with a title suggestion of your own. […]