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Christian Publishing University

Christian Publishing University Launched! CPU is offering a special promotion for bloggers interested in learning more about Christian Publishing September 1 marked a giant step forward in the Christian publishing industry as a team of highly experienced industry professionals have launched a major new Web site—ChristianPublishingUniversity.com. Organized as an online university campus, the site is intended to become a one-stop clearinghouse of trainings, resources, and networking for both newcomers and veterans of the industry. It pulls together a wealth of valuable information that has never been assembled in one place before. Its purpose is to serve Christian publishers, editors, proofreaders, authors, composers, artists, photographers, retailers, pastors, church leaders, and many others. Are you interested in taking a look at what is offered at CPU? Keep reading for more information especially for bloggers-- and find out how you could win a Kindle! A two-year project, the 150-p…

The Sunday Salon

Good Sunday Morning to you!

It's been a busy week at our house. On Wednesday my husband Jeff had his left rotator cuff repaired. During the surgery they found another tear on top of his left shoulder, this is called a labral tear. Both were repaired and we were back home by the middle of the afternoon. That first 24 hours after surgery was very painful and uncomfortable for Jeff. He slept little. But by Thursday evening he was able to shower and take a peaceful nap. Each day he improves a little bit more.

In the last week I started reading an old book of my dad's, The Acts, An Exposition by Charles R. Erdman, published 1936.
Instead of reading through the book of Acts (second time this year) for my Bible reading. I'm reading this book by Erdman. The Bible reference for this book is American Standard Edition of the Revised Bible. I'm currently reading through chapter 4 of Acts.

During my daily devotional time this week I read something from Joni Eareckson Tada that mi…

The Sunday Salon

It's been a while since I've posted The Sunday Salon. Over the past few weeks we've been busy packing boxes, loading up, closing on our previous home, then closing on our new home, unloading and unpacking and settling in to our new home. On the day that I was finally able to organize, sort and re-shelve my books--I had such a feeling of comfort and joy to put away my beloved books in their new home. Only another bibliophile could understand.

In January of this year I had made a commitment to read in 2011 the book of Romans 10 times in 10 different translations. I just finished reading Romans in the New Living Translation--The Transformation Study Bible. I had gotten behind during the mid-point of this past summer, but I am persevering onwards.
So far I have read Romans in the-----
1. New American Standard Bible
2. New International Version
3. English Standard Version
4. King James Version
5. The Interlinear Bible in the Greek/English
6. Common English Version
7. The New …