“The Chamberlain Key is part biblical detective story and travelogue,” writes the Virginian Pilot in its May 21 Sunday Magazine cover story on author Timothy P. Smith. The feature is an interesting overview of Smith as a local business man turned code cracker, author and now the lead personality in a forthcoming documentary series. To read the full article, click here.
Join us this summer for our first ever Summer Fiction Book Club! Be sure to join our Facebook Group for all the details. We’ll have authors stop by, giveaways and bookish discussions. We can’t wait!
The Book Bin in Onley is hosting the debut booksigning and discussion for local business owner Timothy P. Smith, president of the antiques and restoration firm Timothy Smith and Sons in Onancock, Va., on Saturday, April 8 at noon. Smith’s first book The Chamberlain Key: Unlocking the God Code to Reveal Divine Messages Hidden in the Bible (April 4, 2017, WaterBrook) is his personal, and at times shocking, story of faith, adventure and unexpected discoveries that has been 25-years in the making.
Smith, a Washington, D. C. native and the fourth generation of one of North America’s most noted conservation and preservation families, believes he has discovered a code encrypted in the ancient Hebrew text that unequivocally provides proof of the Bible’s divine authorship. In The Chamberlain Key, Smith takes the ancient Hebrew Bible, the scriptural foundation of both [ … ]
Jennie Allen, Austin-based founder and visionary for the fast-growing international women’s conference IF: Gathering, is launching her new book Nothing to Prove: Why We Can Stop Trying So Hard (WaterBrook, Jan. 31, 2017) with a special Facebook Live event and booksigning on Tuesday, January 31 at 7:00 pm at the Lifeway Christian Store on 10515 N Mopac Expy, Austin, TX.
Lifeway invites Austin readers to celebrate with Allen the release of her new book, Nothing to Prove, by joining an in-store Facebook event and connecting with thousands of women online around the country. It is an opportunity to be among the first readers in the country to hear Allen speak about Nothing to Prove and join her for the conversation.
In Nothing to Prove, Allen, an entrepreneur, ministry leader, in-demand speaker, teacher, wife and mother of four, is bringing her [ … ]
Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and author of Be Light: Shining God’s Beauty, Truth, and Hope into a Darkened World (Feb. 21, 2017, WaterBrook) will be a part of the inauguration ceremony for President Donald Trump on Friday, January 20.
Rodriguez, who is pastor of New Seasons Christian Worship Center in Sacramento, Calif., is the first Assemblies of God pastor and first Christian Hispanic to participate in a presidential inauguration ceremony.
“The opportunity to speak on the quintessential political platform in the world, and to be able to lift up Jesus on that stage before that global audience, without a doubt is one of the greatest privileges I have ever received in my life. It’s a God-graced opportunity that one cannot turn down,” Rodriguez said to PE News.
Rodriguez’s book Be Light originally published in [ … ]
Tim Tebow opens up with Robin Roberts about his new book Shaken on “Good Morning America.” “I really got so much out of reading your book, especially how you began the book,” said Robin.
Using his ups and downs as a professional athlete as an example, Tim and Robin discuss what it means to hold onto your God given identity through the highs and lows of life. For more of Tim’s interview on faith, family and life after football, click here.
Today is release day for Ruth Logan Herne’s Home on the Range!
Want to have the perfect snacks for your book club while reading Home on the Range? Download these recipes inspired by the Double S Ranch.
Also coming up later this week – a Facebook party to celebrate the release! RSVP and get all the details here.
About Home on the Range
Can the brother left behind and a woman without hope work together for the good of two precious children?
Nick Stafford stayed in central Washington, working his family’s large ranch after his brothers left to pursue other passions—but his toughest job is being a [ … ]