The Precipice: When Everything We Know Ends is ready for purchase on Amazon here! Available in Kindle format only but you can read it on your tablet or computer using Kindle Cloud.
The Precipice combines Fiction, Modern Events and Discussion Questions to encourage readers to analyze where they place their trust in comparison to their devotion to Christ.
BONUS- If anyone purchases my book on Amazon April 3-14, they can receive two books from gifted authors, Michael Kimball and Dave Arnold, for FREE. Just email your receipt to tnc dot avey at gmail got com, and I’ll send you the info to get these books as a Thank you!
I know you can get overwhelmed (and bored) reading about the same book, however, each interview or guest post I’ve done is different and I hope promotes more of God, than my book. Please listen to God, not me. Anything good I write is from Him, anything less is me getting in His way.
Tuesday’s Blog Tour:
1. GUEST POST- Kari Scare, from Struggle to Victory- Back to the Basics
Technology is awesome.
It allows us to do a plethora of wonderful things.
Yet, it can also become a god.
If we aren’t careful, we can place more trust in gadgets, science, and modern conveniences than we do in the Creator of the World. Rarely do I think we mean to do this (at least those who profess to be Christian), it just sort of happens…so slowly we don’t even realize it until its roots are deep.
You can read more here.
2. GUEST POST- Susan, from The Determined Christian- Hope and Change Begin with You
It’s easy to get discouraged, frustrated, and overwhelmed if you’re someone who endeavors to stay current on the affairs of our world. This is especially true if you’re a Christian.
Sometimes it can seem as if evil is winning.
I’ve heard more than a few Christians wonder if there’s any hope left for humanity.
I’ve also had them ask me what they can do to change the tide of wickedness that is consuming so many (inside and outside the church).
Here’s my answer: Read more here.
3. GUEST POST- Joseph Iregbu, from The Story of Hope- Are You Ready? I sat in church without fear that someone would object to my faith in Christ. The weight of such a privilege bore down. I’d done nothing to “earn” such a gift, yet I enjoyed it. I’ve done nothing to ensure it continues for future generations. Nor have I done anything more than utter the occasional prayer for persecuted Christians around the globe. I was convicted.
You can read more here.
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