I have started my teaching post at Asbury University.
I will continue to work on multiple Superbook related projects, including The Superbook Show.
I had the opportunity to work for Home Theater Films again (see In-Lawfully Yours below), this time on Mary for Mayor, directed by Corbin Bernsen and Chris Aronoff, featuring the lovely Catherine Gaffney, as seen in the monitor in this on set photo.
The other Feature Film I wrote, In-Lawfully Yours, is now available on Netflix and in Walmart. Directed by Rob Kirbyson, starring Chelsea Crisp, Joe Williamson, Philip Boyd, Marilu Henner and Corbin Bernsen. You can see the trailer here.
Interested in Dr. Who, and interested in faith issues? Check out Bigger on the Inside: Christianity and Dr. Who. I have a chapter on “Beyond Regeneration” – a look at The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances.
Writing projects I’m working on:
Superbook has contracted me to write a series of videos in support of their Church curriculum to go alongside the main videos. It has been fun – these videos are more research heavy in a documentary style. If you follow the link, you can see examples of the Bible Background and Signpost videos that I am writing.
ans, a ministry dedicated to orphans and foster children, hired write Rayne Warne and me to write a series of story books, sketches and other material. They have a comical pair of friends – a frog and a dog – they get into all kinds of messes; as well as a lightning bug (Orbie) who “sheds light” on their situations. It is a fun project to work on.
I am continuing work developing a television pilot with Joel McCrary and David Storrs. It is good for my soul that my LA friends are including me on their projects, despite being on the far coast.
More ongoing stuff:
My children’s chapter book, LARRYBOY AND THE EMPEROR OF ENVY and LARRYBOY AND THE SINISTER SNOWDAY have been reprinted with another book to make one mega-book – LARRYBOY AND THE HIDEOUS HORDE. EMPEROR OF ENVY has entered its 6th printing, with 67,500 copies in print (published through ZonderKidz). And LARRYBOY AND THE SINISTER SNOW DAY is now at 35,500 copies in print.