Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Sawyer County Record Interview

"Filled" with Inspiration, Pastor and Columnist "Pours Out" His First Book

Reading an Excerpt from Filled Up, Poured Out

How to Get Your Copy of Filled Up, Poured Out

My book, Filled Up, Poured:  How God's Spirit Can Revive Your Passion and Purpose, will be arriving this week for all those who pre-ordered online.

You can obtain a copy via Amazon, directly from the publisher (Wesleyan Publishing House), or pretty much any site that sells Christian books.

Kindle, Nook, IBook will be available in two or three weeks.

Most Christian bookstores will carry it.

In Hayward, you can get a signed copy at the Book Release Reception next Sunday (March 25) in the Fireside Room of Hayward Wesleyan Church.  Copies will also be available at the Hayward Wesleyan Rent-a-Table Sale on March 31 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

In a few days, you will be able to check it out from the Hayward Library.

Some have asked how to obtain a signed copy via mail.  Although I really don't want to get locked into the bookselling business, I do have a limited number of copies I'm willing to personally sign and send for $12.00 plus $3.00 shipping.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Winners of the Drawing

Congratulations to the following five people who won the random drawing for a free copy of Filled Up, Poured Out:

1.  John Hughes
2.  Joe Duvall
3.  Tiffany Conner
4.  Wes Yaryan
5.  Jenn Peterson (of Little Elm, Texas)

Monday, March 12, 2012

Famous Dave Endorsement

"Pastor Mark is one of those special preachers filled with a humble overflowing of God's love.  Filled Up, Poured Out is book you will want to devour."

-- Famous Dave Anderson, restauranteur anf keynote speaker

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Meeting God's Condition

If one-tenth of the work done in the name of Christ were done in the power and anointing of the Holy Spirit, this world would be turned upside down for God!

It is significant that in the letters to the churches found in Revelation 2 and 3 the phrase repeatedly occurs, "I know thy works." The church has always been known for its works. The church that does not work will soon die. The minister who does not bend every energy to fulfill his sacred calling is not worthy of the name of Christ.
--  Dr. Wesley Duewel  quoted in Herald of His Coming)