30 Days


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Dear Prospective Client, 

Please be aware that if you choose to work with me, I have a 30-day policy. Simply stated, if 30 days pass without client response to a deliverable, then the contract in place will be voided. At the time the client responds with the desire to resume work, a new contract will be issued with revised terms and the previous balance applied. 

Please consider that your writing project is scheduled along with other clients and their writing projects. To be late on your deliverables potentially affects the timeline of others. Rather than start a chain of delayed tasks in the project, we will stop and press restart. 

At the beginning of our relationship, there is paperwork I give you to complete. I call it the client profile form. There is a great benefit in carefully looking at calendar dates so that the client has a realistic idea of available time to work. When we restart your project, another deposit will be paid by the client and the deliverable due dates revisited. 

We plan well to write well!


Timeline Realism


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When we decide to commit to a writing project, let’s be realistic about our timelines. 

With each client, I have to make a major sales pitch about timelines. The client says he will write something daily. She says she will work through the night. They say they are motivated to finish quickly. 

But, the writing project is not about a quick finish. 

Timelines are not just about getting the writing done, but they include the following:

  • Holidays
  • Birthdays and anniversaries
  • Holy days (especially if you are in ministry or leadership in the local church)
  • Vacation and travel days
  • Rest days
  • Research days
  • Paydays (hey, budgets matter!)

Every day is not a writing day in the timeline of a project. We have to be available for real-life engagement — family, work, school, entrepreneurship, and so on. I call these days blackout dates on the calendar. When a client takes an honest look at the calendar, then he knows realistically the available time to give to the writing project. 

Please, make your life and your consultant’s life easier and take a thorough look at the timeline. 

Sweet Dreams vol. II Live Taping (summary)

Well, we can call it a success! It was a great time, with a great team and an engaged audience! Thank the Lord!

We recorded five segments in under three hours and it was electric! Here are a few shots captured during the taping. 

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Stay tuned for future tapings!

Product Feature ~ Teaching CD’s

We first produced teaching CDs, mostly on prayer. They’ve been re-engineered for better I Came for Your Wordsquality and convenience. You may purchase the teaching CDs for $5 each. 

Breaking Agreements – Increase awareness about inner vows and how to break agreements with fear, torment and untruths bearing fruit in your life. 

I Came for Your Words – This is what the angel told Daniel when he appeared after days of fasting and prayer, that on the first day Daniel set himself to pray the answer was released but there was resistance. This is an exhortation to pray with substance and persevere to the manifested answer.

True Intercession, I & II – This 2-disc set is a “fundamental” teaching for the ministry of intercession. We consider the definition of intercession as more than praying for others, what it means to stand in the gap and what God looks for when He calls us to intercession. 

Teaching CDs are available now!