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By His Hand and for His Glory, a Message from Mary Ellis

Posted by on Feb 27, 2014 in Author Editorial, Blog, Featured | 0 comments

By His Hand and for His Glory, a Message from Mary Ellis

Dear Reader, My name is Mary Ellis and I want to thank you for stopping by The Vessel Project today. I have found wonderful faith-based inspiration here and I know you have too. I write novels set in the Amish community, along with historical fiction about people facing trials and tribulations in bygone eras. My characters use their faith and trust in God to solve their problems. My hope as an author is that my fictional stories will encourage readers during their own times of tribulation. Shortly after I began my writing career, and...

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Christian Novels Stir Your Curiosity to Dig Deeper in Scripture, a Message from Mesu Andrews

Posted by on Jan 28, 2014 in Author Editorial, Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Christian Novels Stir Your Curiosity to Dig Deeper in Scripture, a Message from Mesu Andrews

Dear Reader, My name is Mesu Andrews, and I—like you—have found great encouragement through The Vessel Project. Thanks for stopping by today! One thing I appreciate about The Vessel Project is its strong commitment to faith-building resources—both fiction and non-fiction. I write biblical novels—books built on the immutable Truth of God’s Word, adding well-researched historical data, and then filling gaps with plausible fiction. My passion has always been biblical research. I love to dig into the cultural context, original languages, and...

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Fiction Baptizes Your Imagination, a Message from Ann Tatlock

Posted by on Dec 30, 2013 in Author Editorial, Blog | 0 comments

Fiction Baptizes Your Imagination, a Message from Ann Tatlock

Dear Reader, Thank you for being a faithful Vessel Project reader. My name is Ann Tatlock and I write novels because stories are one of the best means of sharing God’s truths. Jesus himself was a fiction writer, you know. Or maybe the better way to describe it would be story-teller. He often chose to teach through the use of parables, stories that weren’t necessarily factually true but that nevertheless contained truth. The Prodigal Son, The Good Samaritan, The Rich Man and the Beggar Lazarus—these stories and so many more were pulled from...

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Dear Reader, a Message from Eddie Jones

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Author Editorial, Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Dear Reader, a Message from Eddie Jones

Dear Reader, Thank you for being a faithful Vessel Project reader. My name is Eddie Jones and I write middle grade mysteries for boys (girls like the books, too) because I believe reading improves the creativity of young minds. Recent studies have shown the biggest predictor of academic success is not race, income, gender, parents’ education, or location, but the presence of books in the home. And yet literacy rates are plummeting among young male readers. According to begintoread.com:  One child in four grows up not knowing how to...

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