Are Christian retailers a dying breed?

by Jim Fletcher -- I recently watched a presentation by Michael Hyatt, chairman of Thomas Nelson publishers. It seems to be from a few years ago, but in his remarks, Hyatt – more…

Terror threat didn't die with Osama bin Laden

by Jim Fletcher -- For every Joel Osteen "book," there are quite a few good titles on the shelves, and, occasionally, something really stands out in a number of ways. Catherine Herridge's more…

Apple releases 'GarageBand for authors'

by Jim Fletcher -- New technology continues to boggle the mind, providing amazing opportunities for writers, to such an extent that I can barely believe we were so bound to traditional publishing more…

Bible's Revelation comes to life

by Jim Fletcher -- Many publishing moons ago, when I was a snot-nosed acquisitions editor, I was thumbing through a trade journal and saw the first ads for Tyndale's soon-to-be-blockbuster series, "Left more…

Tea party: 'Permanent force in America'?

by Jim Fletcher -- There was a time that we had at least the appearance of leadership in Congress. Today's candidates for office, and the congressional field itself, leaves a bit to more…

New media bring Israel's 'untold news' to light

by Jim Fletcher -- I always love to find people who are passionate about their message, their agenda, and figure out innovative ways to disseminate that message. I know plenty of ministry/organization more…

Guns, gold, and spirit of Jefferson rise again

by Jim Fletcher -- Until very recently, I was one of millions who blissfully rolled along, assuming that American government existed for the good of the people. I don't believe that anymore. more…

Repairing the American soul

by Jim Fletcher -- It can't be a coincidence that I finished reading a wonderful new book, "What So Proudly We Hail: The American Soul in Story, Speech, and Song" just as more…