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It’s Here! Ruth: The Book Of The Friend

It’s Here!

We’re excited to announce the publication of our first Bible Commentary. The eBook is called, “Ruth: The Book Of The Friend“, and it’s available now on our amazon site for $2.89 each. All of the profits will go to our church, Point Of Mercy, in Nashville, Tennessee.

The funds raised will help to finish our new auditorium. We are really excited about what God has given us for this book. It takes the form of chapters which highlight areas of the book. Many look at Ruth as a short history of one family, but it is so much more.

This family are the grandparents of David, and the ancestors to The Messiah. They lay a foundation for the future, while building on the legacy of the past. You’ll understand why it was so easy for Boaz to accept Ruth, once you learn who his mother was. Find out how a friendship forged this family, and replaced tears with peace.

You’ve heard of Cinderella’s glass slipper? That may have been a bit unusual, but PruittWrites would like to share another shoe story with you. Learn why the shoes on your feet can be more important than the house you’re in right now.

Famous singers have vocalized the need for it. The rich and famous have lamented the absence of it in their lives. Friendship is more than a common acquaintance. It is a God intended blessing for each life here on Earth.

Naomi thought that she had lost everything. She found a friend that knew exactly what she was going through. Together, they walked out of their sorrow, into a better place. Please join us as we journey with them through “Ruth: The Book Of The Friend” on

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The Book Of Ruth 30 By 30

As you know, for the last few months, we’ve been working on, and sharing part of a commentary on the book of Ruth. It is one of my favorite books of The Bible. It’s so rich in content, and provides the background on David’s family. We have wanted to bring this to you for some time, and are in the process of finishing it up now.

As you know, I attend Church, and am on staff at Point Of Mercy in Nashville, Tennessee. We are blessed to feed a number of people every Sunday, both physically and spiritually. Our Church has literally outgrown our current facility. Rather than going in debt for a new building, we are renovating our existing gymnasium. This is not only being a good financial steward, it will position us to continue growing, as the need arises.

You may wonder what my Church has to do with this book. How many of you remember our Project C post from last year? To start work on our new building, we needed 50 thousand dollars. The problem was, we only had 20,000 in the bank. God laid it on our hearts to step out by faith, and believe that He would supply the rest within thirty days. We called it 30 by 30, and it was part of our Project C that year.

Last year, God tremendously answered, blessing us with even more than we needed. Fast forward one year, and we have some steps that need to be taken to complete the work and move in the new building. Once again, God has laid it on our hearts to step out by faith.

We are believing that within the next thirty days, God will supply the rest of what is needed. The Bible advises us to step out by faith. We are to do whatever humanly possible to accomplish God’s Will, then He will do the rest.

When this happened, The Lord laid it on our hearts to donate all of the profits, minus the actual expenses, of this book entirely to the Church. While it is always my hope, that my readers both buy, and enjoy our books, it’s more so on this one. I wanted to make you aware of this so you could be watching for it. We hope to have, at least, the eBook version ready very soon.

This idea is so fresh that we’re not only still completing the book, we’re scouting the most profitable cost margin we can. I’ll share the final details as soon as we have them, so please check back. This is without a doubt, the most important work we have published to date.

While there is no obligation, I would like to gauge the interest in this book. If you would like an email notification of when it is available, just email with the subject line, “Ruth:30 By 30”. Or, fill out our contact form with “Ruth 30 By 30” in the body of your content. Thank you so much in advance for your generosity, and your commitment to

Posted in Christmas In July 2013, special offers, Writing Notes

Christmas In July: L.O.C. And Key Inspiration

The first, and one of my favorite, of our Christmas eStories is “L.O.C. & Key”. It was inspired by two people, one is my Wife Ashley. She is always an inspiration to me. The second was a wonderful friend in our Church. The only thing that was added to the main character’s look was the handlebar mustache.

I wanted the story to have a North Pole connection that was different. I’ve always loved the Santa key concept, and have wanted to use the coal concept for a long time in a different way. That created the Lump Of Coal and Key department.

It is a branch of North Pole operations run, not by elves, but by a human, Alexander Kildaire. The whole idea is to show those people, who have missed something in life, that they’re treating a treasure like a lump of coal. It’s also a variation on the naughty list, with a choice for redemption.

The story is set in New York City, a place I’ve been fascinated by ever since a child. It’s also a place that I’ve never been too, but then I’ve never been to the North Pole either. To me, New York City and Christmas have a long history together. Of course, it’s my belief, that every city, every person, should have a long and deep relationship with both Christmas, and The God of Christmas.

While this story doesn’t have a religious premise, it does have the true meaning of Christmas as it’s center. Too me, everything we do, should have God as The Keystone. As a Christian, I believe that Christmas is about redemption. The God of Heaven sought out those who had literally lost their way. On a much smaller scale, this story offers people a seasonal second chance.

“L.O.C. And Key” also includes an “Easter Egg” of sorts, a tribute to a classic Christmas story. I’ll let the readers figure out which one it is. It is our hope, that this story will turn into an old friend you revisit every year. You can find L.O.C. And Key, and our other eStories, at today.



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You see shamrocks and green suits on St. Patrick’s Day, and elves at Christmas, so who watches over Mother’s Day. Is it a little white haired lady, or a career woman? No, it’s a special agent, engaged to his dream girl, who left his dream job to work for his Mother. H.R. Escutcheon is the point man to protect Mother’s Day. This year, find out what threats he has to face to ensure Mom keeps her special day. M.O.T.H.E.R. is available now from!

The new Mother's Day story from pruittwrites coming soon
The new Mother’s Day story from pruittwrites coming soon
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Feb Special

It’s the month of gifts, so we would like to share one with you. Today, Feb 1, through February 3, you can get the eStory “The Engagement Rings” free. We’re doing this in celebration of our latest eStory “The Royal Order Of N’Athens” out today.
One tells the story of a family who span Poland to Texas. They do so facing danger and corruption in their fight for freedom. The other tells the story of the Roman family, who fight for others every week of the year. Please take a moment and check out these and our other adventures on our amazon page.


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Special Offer

Starting today, Dec 7 through Dec 11, is offering our story “Scarfed” FREE!

We hope you enjoy this heartwarming story about the trouble that occurs when you’re loving grandparents combine Valentine’s day with Christmas, and you’re the target! If so, check out our other Christmas fare.
Captain Christmas” tells the story of how a pilot from Chicago. Tim Hill has to learn to soar above his fears if he wants to be the next Santa Claus. That is if his cousin doesn’t knock him off the wing of the plane first!
You’ll also find two versions of, “L.O.C. And Key“, the original and illustrated editions. Who is Alexander Kildaire, and how does he hold the key to his granddaughter’s happiness. The answer is of course, under “L.O.C. And Key.”