Gary Chapman is known around the world for his books and audios on the “5 Love Languages,” his wildly successful teaching that says we can give and receive love most powerfully when we know what our preferred love communication channels are. The initial volume in the series appeared in 1992 and grew out of his work as pastor and relationship counselor at a Baptist church in North Carolina. “As I got involved in counseling, hearing similar problems and giving advice,” he says, “I thought that if I could put some of these principles in a book, I’d be able to help far more people than I would ever be able to see in my office.”
When listeners begin a new Ted Dekker novel, they should expect the unexpected. The New York Times bestselling author is one of the most imaginative and bold writers in the thriller and fantasy genres. How does he do it? Simple--he listens to the voices in his head to make his novels come to life.
William Paul Young admits he hears voices. As he wrote THE SHACK, as a gift to his family, he heard the voices of Papa, Sarayu, and Jesus. When it came to creating the audiobook, he and his partners again heard voices. Veteran audiobook narrator Roger Mueller was not the first, but he was certainly the last. “Roger has an excellent ability to create multiple characters and differentiate the voices,” comments Young.
It would be a mistake to cast Zig Ziglar as just a sales trainer or motivational speaker. It’s true he’s spent 32 years training countless people how to succeed in the relentless world of sales. But in a telephone interview from his vacation home a hundred miles east of Dallas, he explained how a key turning point created a broader mission for his life.
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