I'm thrilled to announce the impending launch of my 12th published book, which has been decades in the making. Regularly reading through the Bible each year as well as my research and writing have led to this reflective Bible reading plan--just in time for implementation in 2023! Finding Faithfulness: A Year of Reading and Reflecting … Continue reading Finding Faithfulness: A Year of Reading and Reflecting on God’s Word
Have you picked up a book, settled into your favorite comfy spot, and started to read--only to find yourself less able to focus and more easily distracted than you used to be? You're not alone. Many adults are discovering a problem with their reading abilities. It's a problem Leland Ryken and I explore in Recovering … Continue reading Recovering the Lost Art of Reading
My book-boy, Matthew Vos, loves being a Cadet and longs more than anything to attend the Cadet International Camporee. Now the Cadets website offers the three books in my "Matthew in the Middle" series. Check it out here!
Angelica M Casas recently made a video for BBC, How US police line-ups jail the innocent, which highlights Uriah Courtney's story, a classic case of mistaken identification. The video details problems and solutions regarding the ways line-ups are conducted. Only two weeks ago, Uriah and California State Senator Scott Wiener, who also appears in the … Continue reading BBC features Uriah’s story
Amazon's Best Sellers rankings shot up overnight for the collaborative memoir Exoneree by Uriah Courtney with Glenda Faye Mathes. Uriah and I began communicating almost four years ago, and the book was published in December by the Cascade imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers. Here's how the March 30, 2018, rankings compared with the previous day: Amazon … Continue reading Amazing Amazon rankings
My collaborative memoir with Uriah Courtney about his wrongful conviction, incarceration, and subsequent exoneration is now available. Such a thrill to finally hold the physical copy of the book in my hand this week! What if America's judicial system, designed to protect the innocent, convicts the wrong man and sends him to prison? Uriah Courtney … Continue reading Exoneree available!