I have been involved in ministry most of my life. For years, I was a worship leader for churches. Because of the access I had to pastors, board members, etc., I have seen the Jezebel Spirit at work. This spirit, which is not gender specific, is trying to control our churches and our churches’ leadership just as the real Jezebel in the Bible tried to control King Ahab and Elijah. Bill Vincent lays out a clear plan to defeat this spirit. A Jezebel spirit must be treated like ISIS: you can not live with it, you cannot just degrade it, you cannot coexist with it, It must be destroyed. It must be expelled from the church.

You will learn how to identify and how to deal with this spirit in the audiobook:

The Jezebel Spirit: How to Overcome the Spirit Before It Destroys You!

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In Bill Vincent’s more than 20 years…

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Writing a book or essay is hard work. You put a lot of time in away from your family. You spend endless hours looking at dictionary programs to get just the right synonym to express that thought. YOU ARE READY FOR THE MONEY!  YOU WANT THE MONEY! YOU DESERVE THE MONEY!!!!

Why aren’t people finding your book on amazon? Why are they not visiting your website to get this fantastic information? Did you just waste that year writing this thing?

This is the questions all authors ask. And the answer to why they are not finding you is: They don’t know you are there!

How do your stand out from the hundreds of thousands of other authors out there? It use to be a lot harder to publish a book. Nowadays, it is very easy to publish a book. That’s the good news. The bad news is: Nowadays, it is very easy to publish a…

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A Tale of Teenage Bullying, Suicide and Revenge


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Slow Burn: Detective Alec Ramsay Series, Book 3 is now available on!

I am very excited about this audiobook. It is my very first full length (90,000 word) novel. Also, my wife helped by voicing the female characters which makes this sound more like a live play than a book. I have just received word that the author is meeting with a screen writer for the first Alec Ramsay Book; The Child Taker. I will let you know when Hollywood is interested in the 3rd book! In the mean time, you can be the one of the first to sample this work by bestselling author, Conrad Jones. As I promised, if you would like a free copy of this, message me or email me at: I will send you a promotion code to get this for free! Thanks for the support!


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Worship Like a Dog

This is a great post.


Jeshurun. A poetic Hebrew name given to the land of Israel. Although not fully understood, several different possibilities exist for what the word means. Some scholars believed it was related to the term “yeshiram,” which meant “upright” or “the noblest and best among you.” Others believed it was derived from the root “shir,” which meant “song” or “ring,” suggesting a dancing melody. Jeshurun was a beautiful nickname, a term of endearment speaking of tender affection for the land of Israel. The Lord’s beloved.

Jeshurun was also the name of my childhood best friend. She was a beautiful Harlequin Great Dane, and I absolutely adored her. True to her name, she was the noblest and best of dogs. My parents got her when she was a very young puppy and I was four, and the two of us grew up together. She was my security and the one constant source of…

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The Eagle's Nest

Cinderella sat in the fireplace dreaming of a better life. If you remember the musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, she sang the song, “In my own little corner, in my own little chair…”. She speaks of a better life and escaping from her situation. The last part of the song says that she is on a safari but she forgot to bring her gun. Then she comes back to reality realizing that she is safe in her own little corner: “all alone, in my own little chair. “

Many of us are sitting in the ashes. We have been there so long that we are uncomfortable anywhere else. The problem is, when we stay in mourning and in the ashes too long, we end up, many times like Cinderella: “All alone, in my own little chair.”

There are many times in life when mourning is healthy. The death of a loved…

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Casting All Your Care on Him, Not Your Responsibility.

There is a new age thinking that is making the rounds today that is causing Christians to think that we are not to “worry” about anything.  It is causing those who espouse this doctrine to not take responsibility for things in our lives which God has given us responsibility for.  We are seeing this manifests itself into a poorer work ethic among Christians.   And they use Scriptures such as Philippians 4:6 back up what they are thinking:

Philippians 4:6 – KJV – Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

The word for careful here, means – to be anxious, to be troubled with cares.

It seems that this was then taken to the extreme to mean we should never think about anything, i.  e.,  That God is responsible for us and we do not have to do anything to take care of ourselves – when Philippians 4:6 is not saying that at all.  If you look at verse seven which follows this, you’ll see that this verse is not talking about shucking responsibility, it is talking about keeping peace in your life.  And what it explains, is that we must pray and supplicate about everything.  It is not telling us that we should do nothing – it says we should worry about nothing. Here is the difference: when we worry, it stops us from taking action. When we are concerned with fulfilling our responsibility, it causes us to take action.

Titus 3:8 – KJV – This is a faithful saying, and these things I will that thou affirm constantly, that they which have believed in God might be careful to maintain good works. These things are good and profitable unto men.

Here we have another word that is translated careful.  It is not the exact Greek word as Philippians 4:6, but it is translated nearly the same.  And it means: to think about, to be anxious.  So we can see by this verse, we are definitely supposed to be thinking about some things; especially good works.  It not only says that we are supposed to think about them, it says that were supposed to talk about these things constantly.  Those of you who say you are preachers, just as Paul told the young preacher Titus that he should constantly affirm these things, this shows that it is God’s will for you to constantly tell your people that they should maintain good works.

Since I do not have the space here to start listing what the Bible considers to be good works, I will let you study that on your own.  The book of Proverbs gives us a lot of commands that God expects us to perform.  I will give you a favorite Scripture of my father’s, which he quoted to me many times during my formative years:

Proverbs 6:6 – 11 Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise: Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep? Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep: So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man.

I heard on the news a few days ago, the China’s economy just passed America’s economy.  All the talking heads on TV were giving their opinions as to why this is happened.  So here, I too shall give my opinion.  It is my opinion that the work ethic in this country is declining.  And sad to say, we are perpetuating that idea in the church.

As Christians, let us work to be an example to the people of what it means to be a hard worker.  And in Proverbs 6, it doesn’t say that the ant liked to do that, it just says that he is self-motivated to do the right thing.  Let the same be said of us.