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…

Runaway bestseller sets Christian world abuzz

by Jim Fletcher -- A compelling narrative, slick marketing and a sense of foreboding from readers has catapulted "The Harbinger" to record sales figures since its January release. The book, which highlights more…