Most people start their planning for Christmas around October. I started planning Christmas 2019 in January.
Because I’m releasing a very special book this year. It’s unlike anything I’ve written before.
What’s it about?
You’ve heard of Ebenezer Scrooge, haven’t you? Well, of course you have! This year, get ready for the surprise of your life, because Ebenezer Scrooge is back to his old ways in my novella called Saving Ebenezer: The Continuing Saga of a man named Scrooge.
In Charles Dickens’s 1843 A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three ghosts (Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas yet to Come). They teach him that his greed will become his undoing if he doesn’t change.
So he changes.
And then what happens?
That is where my book picks up the story. It’s 1850, seven years after the ghosts changed Ebenezer’s life. The Ashley Down orphanage, overseen and prayed for by George Muller, opened the year before. Charles Spurgeon is saved in April of this year. William Boothe is a lay preacher in London and as yet to think of the Salvation Army, the worldwide organization he would found in 1865 and officially name in 1878.
And Tiny Tim is dead.
This news will shake Ebenezer to his core. Suddenly, all of the charity, the change of heart, and the wisdom of years in finance mean very little to Scrooge. He has lost a son…his only son. The pain is unbearable! Is there hope?
“Bah…Humbug!” says Scrooge.
Join me on this adventure into the life of a man whose story Dickens did not finish, but God most certainly will. The book will be available for preorder in September and will officially go on sale in October, in time to order your copy for Christmas, and an extra copy too! I promise…the book will make a great gift for your friends and loved ones.
Most importantly, it will be a tool for you to use this Christmas to tell your loved ones about Jesus Christ.
Together, in the spirit of Christmas, we shall read the rest of the story. To get updates about this book directly to your inbox, click HERE.
More to follow!