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Scott Thomas
Scott Thomas created the Gospel Coach Training and Certification system and has coached hundreds of pastors. Scott has served as President and Network Director of Acts 29 Network and as an elder at Mars Hill Church. Scott has an MA in Missional Leadership and has been married for 30 years to... show more
Scott Thomas created the Gospel Coach Training and Certification system and has coached hundreds of pastors. Scott has served as President and Network Director of Acts 29 Network and as an elder at Mars Hill Church. Scott has an MA in Missional Leadership and has been married for 30 years to Jeannie, with whom he has two sons. He planted and replanted churches for 16 years as a lead pastor. Scott has been a regular lecturer for Resurgence Training Center in Seattle and a conference speaker in the US as well as a consultant for both Western European church planting and Canadian church planting. Scott wrote Theological Clarity and Application (Zondervan, 2010) and has written blogs for Acts 29 Network, The Resurgence, Mars Hill Church and ChurchPlanting.com.
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Portable Monsters
Portable Monsters rated it 11 months ago
How many ghost stories have I read where a group of people are invited to spend the night in a supposedly haunted house? Well, I don’t know, but it seems like about a gazillion. This one, though, was just different enough to thoroughly enjoy the modern twist where the guests are all horror authors –...
Defenestraethe
Defenestraethe rated it 11 months ago
Sometimes an author creates awful characters and clearly relishes that. Highsmith did that. Most crime novelists do I suppose, either as victim or criminal. Harris' Hannibal Lector is another. What's noir but sexy awful people doing one another in? These main characters are not awful But it feels ...
Jennifer's BooOOOoooks
Jennifer's BooOOOoooks rated it 1 year ago
I will let you all know right now, I will not be able to do this book justice. I probably shouldn't even be trying to review it this soon after finishing it, because my thoughts are all various versions of, "ASKDAFJSKDLALSKD!!" Four horror authors are invited by a young wealthy man--who runs a web...
Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 1 year ago
This was absolutely fantastic- it's going on my 10* favorites shelf! And the ending was perfect! I did not see that coming at all. I can just imagine the look of horror on Sam's face when realization hits him at the final interview. : ) This a definite 'must read right now' for horror fans!
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 1 year ago
A young internet tycoon lures four horror writers to the most haunted of haunted houses for a two-day interview under false pretenses. There’s some grumbling naturally, I mean who, besides me, would willingly want to stay the night at a scary old ghost filled place? But they all decide to do the rig...
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