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WHEN FORGIVENESS IS ENOUGH: MAKING SENSE OF GOD’S CALLING

When the apostle Peter asked Jesus how many times he should forgive his brother, Jesus answered seventy-seven times. This was to illustrate God’s forgiveness is boundless, without end. A week after that conversation, God gave his only son as a sacrifice to save many from the penalty of sin.

What would it be like to forgive as God forgives? Is it possible to erase from memory someone else’s slight, in spite of the lingering bad feelings brought on by bitterness?

God’s calling to forgive one another is just the beginning. His desire is to overwhelm people with his spirit so that a hardened heart may melt to become loving and generous. Above everything else, God wants a relationship with every person who hears his word. In this practical guide, Jack Flacco recounts the events that led to his transformation and explores techniques that has allowed him to overcome hatred, envy and resentment.

When Forgiveness Is Enough: Making Sense of God’s Calling, now on sale.

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RANGER MARTIN AND THE SEARCH FOR PARADISE (Book 3)

Ranger Martin and the Search for ParadiseThere is no cure. The change is permanent. Whoever says they can fix this is wrong.

Months ago, billions of people died in the zombie apocalypse. The survivors either have become refugees looking for a way out or have turned against each other. No one will admit they killed their friend for a package of raisins. It happens though, and there isn’t anything anyone can do about it.

Undead slayer Ranger Martin makes the unforgiving Arizona desert his home. He has never had to defend it. He has never had to kill anyone for it. If anything, he has shelved his shotgun and has taken an early retirement package.

That is, until now.

When the military lays siege on his silo, Ranger and his crack team of professionals—a bunch of kids, really—have no other choice than to run. But after he discovers a map that may lead to a mythic city called Paradise, where neither army nor zombie can invade, Ranger mounts a cross-state journey to find the place of safety before the others find him and it’s too late.

Ranger Martin and the Search for Paradise, now on sale.

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RANGER MARTIN AND THE ALIEN INVASION (Book 2)

Ranger Martin and the Alien InvasionIn a cold cemetery just outside American Fork, Utah, zombie slayer Ranger Martin sets his trap, four gas drums strung together and the barrel of his shotgun acting as the fuse. The undead crowd erupts in a blaze of body parts. If only all of Ranger’s enemies would die this way. What Ranger doesn’t know is his greatest foe may not be a hungry horde after all, but a vicious fiend bent on destroying the planet.

They came from the sky. No one knew what to call them. By that time, it was too late. The dreaded lights from their ships plunged the world into darkness and everyone from Oregon to Virginia had disappeared. Now, with the towns and cities empty, no one will be able to stop the invaders’ brutal assault on the survivors. That is, no one except for Ranger Martin and a group of young tagalongs eager to once again reclaim the globe as their home. Together, they fight the elements, kill alien and zombie alike, and liberate the weak from their military oppressors. But will Ranger have enough time to defeat another wave of silver ships screaming toward Earth before it delivers its fatal payload? Or will he succumb to the whims of a sadistic, power-hungry general obsessed with eliminating anyone threatening his plans?

Ranger Martin and the Alien Invasion, now on sale.

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RANGER MARTIN AND THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE (Book 1)

Ranger Martin and the Zombie ApocalypseNever call them zombies. That was one of the rules. So much for rules, everyone who made up that garbage is either dead or undead. It doesn’t matter anymore. They go by other names—chewers, eaters, maggot bags, the changed. Whatever they’re called, they’re everywhere. And they’re not giving up until every last human becomes a single serving entrée to satiate their uncontrollable appetite.

Enter shotgun-toting Ranger Martin who is determined to end the zombies’ all-you-can-eat buffet. In an abandon military silo on the outskirts of the Nevada/Arizona border, he and his specialized team of assassins plan their assaults. Who’s he kidding? His team consists of three kids in their teens, and a boy barely old enough to wipe his own nose. But when a secret air force base in the Mojave Desert proves there’s more to the change than anyone knew, the temptation is too great. Now Ranger and the others set out on the road to overthrow the center of the infestation—a frantic race that will either destroy the hunger-prone zombies or cost him and his friends their lives.

Ranger Martin and The Zombie Apocalypse, now on sale.

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28 thoughts on “Books

  1. Hi Jack!

    So honored that you read my latest blog post! Coming from you, it’s a BIG deal!! Like most girls who commented here, I too are not big into your genre (I think it’s a boy thing!) BUT I would highly recommend it to any one whos looking for this type of book! I am currently working on my own book, it is a non-fiction Christian book with a very similiar feel as my blog! I would love any tips, tricks and feedback about the publishing world!
    All the best,
    Venesota

    • Thanks so much for all the kind words, Erica. I really appreciate it! Any questions about writing, let me know through my Contact page, and I’ll be happy to help!

  2. Thanks for popping by my blog. I can’t say I’ve ever read any Zombie books, not being a fan of the living dead and all that, but as you liked my blog I’m going to give it a go! Getting my Kindle out now!

  3. Thank you for dropping by at my blog. I would not have found you and your book otherwise; well, not this soon anyway. The book sounds Fan-tastic and I am definitely gonna get me a copy!

  4. Jack,

    How in the world did you come about having Ranger Martin wearing an Oklahoma City Redhawks ball cap in chapter one? You being from Canada?

  5. But I WILL persevere! If it doesn’t come out in Nook before the summer, I’ll pick it up in July. 🙂 Considering my current textbook deadlines, I might not realistically get to read it before summer anyway. haha (Though, if the truth be told, I’d MAKE time.) 🙂

  6. Of course I have! 😀

    But living in Taiwan makes it difficult and/or expensive. Not that you aren’t worth it, but I was just thinking that if I could get it on Nook, I’d be all set. 🙂 Failing that, I can definitely pick it up this summer when I’m back in the States, or con one of my relatives to pick it up and send it to me, which is cheaper than the shipping and handling charged commercially. I asked the question because if it was coming on Nook, that would just be the most convenient for me. 🙂

    • Hi Deborah!

      Currently it’s available exclusively for the Kindle. There are plans to introduce this title to the Nook. However, it will take some time before that takes place. Have you thought of purchasing the paperback?

      Thanks,

      Jack

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