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"The Good News" is a documentary about the life of the Apostle Paul as told by the Apostle Luke in the Book of Acts. Using illustrations, scenery shots, symbols, multiple narrators, music, and sound effects, "The Good News" tells the story of how Paul became the chief evangelist of his era, if not of all time. Born Saul of Tarsus, he was a by-the-book Pharisee and a heartless persecutor of Christians who became, ironically, the major spokesman to take Christianity to all nations --- to Jews, to Gentiles, and to kings.

But this hopeful message was received with very mixed reactions. Paul tangled with a stubborn sorcerer in Paphos, a door-splitting earthquake in Philippi, and bloody opposition in Lystra and Jerusalem, among others. But Paul never gave up in his forty-year quest, and his teachings now make up approximately half of the New Testament.

THE NARRATORS (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER): SANDY BOIKIAN, TRACY HATCH, CHRISTINA MAKLEY, BILL MANGANARO, SHARON SNIDER, R. J. THOMAS, and STEVE WILLIS

Produced and Directed by R. J. THOMAS

VHS * 50 MINUTES * $19.95 + $2.95 S/H










THE GREAT TRANSATLANTIC RACE (E-BOOK)

On August 10, 1925, two barnstorming pilots from Hicker's Ranch, Nebraska, arrived on Long Island to begin a very special project. Their goal was to capture the Raymond Orteig Prize --- $25,000 for making aviation history. They found financial backing, a builder, and a dusty, mice-ridden hangar to call their headquarters. The next step was not so simple. It had to do with flying across the Atlantic. R. J. Thomas' novel, "The Great Transatlantic Race" combines fact and fiction in this study of one of the most exciting races of the twentieth century.

"THE GREAT TRANSATLANTIC RACE" is available as an e-book in Kindle, Epub, PDF, RTF, and Palm Doc (PDB) on Smashwords.com. If you would like to order it as a Microsoft Word Document, click the BUY NOW button below.

"THE GREAT TRANSATLANTIC RACE" (E-BOOK)
Microsoft Word Document 106 pages $2.50







THE LAST GREAT DETECTIVE SHOW (E-BOOK)

"The Last Great Detective Show" is a parody of crime reality TV series like "Dog, the Bounty Hunter" and "Steven Seagal, Lawman," among others. It tells the story of Cody Howard, a down-on-his-luck Los Angeles private eye whose fortunes have sunk so low that he has to move out of his high-class office in Westwood and set up shop in his cluttered and cobwebbed garage. To save his floundering practice, Howard decides to take a video camera on his next case, taping away as he as his sidekick, the overly-skeptical Rick Sanders, interview people and gather clues. He would then put the video together as a demo to present to a TV network and, in the best of scenarios, the detectives would get their own reality series. The case involves the search for a mysterious gambler by the name of Tony Anderson, a high-roller deep to debt to some reportedly dangerous characters. Along the way, the detectives deal with an unexpected shootout, an anxious bride, a would-be actor, an angry videographer, a fashion-conscious waitress, an overly-casual security officer, a police chief wannabe, and a dead-end chase through the woods. But Howard presses on, determined that the detectives will not only solve the case, but become reality TV stars in the process.

"THE LAST GREAT DETECTIVE SHOW"" is available as an e-book in Kindle, Epub, PDF, RTF, and Palm Doc (PDB) on Smashwords.com. If you would like to order it as a Microsoft Word Document, click the BUY NOW button below.

THE LAST GREAT DETECTIVE SHOW (E-BOOK)
Microsoft Word Document 84 pages $2.50










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