It’s been a week and a half since the book launch of Healed in the Name of Jesus. I have a great team of book launchers helping me keep the book in front of people so they can enjoy it. I’m planning ways to continue marketing the book. Some ideas include preaching at churches with subjects the book mentions, checking out the possibility of holding groups act local Christian bookstores and public libraries, and continuing to show people on social media platforms the Kindle book before the price is raised.
With all that going on, I am also considering my next project. I want to begin research and the possibilities of a book based on the presence of God. But I’m also interested in another project dealing with the Lord’s Supper. At the same time, I am writing around 50 new Daily Devos, hoping to put together a book form of my devotionals. I have these three projects in mind for the next 3-5 months.
I need to choose between the book on the presence of God and the book on Lord’s Supper. I don’t want to have more than two major both projects going on at the same time because I also continue to write Divine Discourse blogs on spiritual formation, prepare sermons, life groups, and Bible studies.
My mentor says I’m the busiest disabled person he’s ever known. My problem is that I get so many ideas but don’t think about how much time it will take to accomplish each one. What about you? Do you overbook your schedule or overload your task list with too many things to accomplish each day? You could really help me out. Which book would you like to see me do first: a book about the presence of God or a book about meditations on the Lord’s Supper?
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THE LORDS SUPPER!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for your input. I am leaning toward that project next for now.