The men and women who would 'change' America

by Jim Fletcher -- n many respects, culture warriors who have converted from the radical left are the most fascinating. They have both perspectives by virtue of their experience on both sides more…

Not all books are worth the bounty

by Jim Fletcher -- An imprint is an entity within a publishing house that publishes a certain niche. For example, under the company umbrella Charisma Media, there is "Charisma House" for general more…

Did Abraham Lincoln really believe in Jesus?

by Jim Fletcher -- Perhaps the biggest question I've ever had about a remarkable president, Abraham Lincoln, centers around his faith. Or lack of faith. Who really knows what America's "Father Abraham" more…

How to survive in the post-Obamalyptic world

by Jim Fletcher -- With only days to go before the most important presidential election in generations – OK, ever – which book might prove to be most valuable to the populace? more…

Who needs truth, we have marketing tools!

by Jim Fletcher -- I'm on my way home from attending Catalyst East. This is the leadership forum birthed by the Leadership Network; more than 13,000 attended the three-day event at the more…

Islam and Iran: Why Obama doesn't get it

by Jim Fletcher -- As Americans, we are notorious for being our own island, albeit a big island. Isolationism has its advantages, but it also leaves us vulnerable to failing to analyze more…

No more Newsweek, no more books?

by Jim Fletcher -- The competing opinions continue apace. Will people almost wholesale go over to digital literature? Or is there still a place for printed pieces? No one knows for sure, more…

Pastor martyred in fight against evil

by Jim Fletcher -- To illustrate the power of social media, I've heard more about Eric Metaxas' new book, "Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy" from Twitter and Facebook than anywhere else – more…