Franklin, NC -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/18/2014 -- Scott Shannon has just spent five months writing his book, "Walking With Jesus: How You Can Be An Authentic Christian". It was published as an e-book for the Kindle on Amazon.com on July 6, 2014. In this format it can be read not only by Kindle owners, but also by anyone who owns a computer, a tablet, or a mobile phone. Next week it will also be released as a paperback, and in September as an audio version on Audible.com and iTunes.
Scott wrote this book to encourage any Christian who reads it to follow the Gospels and to become more Christ-like in everything they do. Salvation is an often misunderstood gift from Jesus. Scott’s heart bleeds for those millions of Christians who don't know, or don't realize, the Gospel truths about salvation. They go through life living in ignorance and sin, without repentance, and are unable to experience a true relationship with the Lord.
In writing this book, Scott has focused primarily on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, with some reference to the teachings of the apostle Paul and the Old Testament. The words of Jesus, in his opinion, are all that people truly need to learn about salvation and eternal life.
In order to get his book read by those who might enjoy it, Scott needs to be able to market the book to as many people as possible. All funds raised through Indiegogo will be used for
- Advertising on websites and blogs
- Advertising in email newsletters
- Advertising in magazines (online and off)
- Classified and display advertising
- Sending a press release
- Creating videos and a press kit.
Kickstarter Page: http://bit.ly/1l4WZqc
About Scott Shannon
Scott Shannon is the senior pastor for the Worldwide Christian Ministry association, an Internet ministry serving Christians around the world. For the past 14 months, they have also been conducting a weekly neighborhood food drive for the poor families nearby. Scott has worked as a volunteer pastor for the past 28 years in jails, prisons, nursing homes, homeless shelters, food pantries, and in churches in the United States, Europe, and Asia.