February 29, 2012
Local author puts A New Twist To An Old Book
By Kris Martinez
Local author,Richard Mull, holds his new book God Speaks Bible.
Seffner author Richard Mull has added a new twist to a very old publication – the Bible. In his God Speaks Bible, Mull has highlighted and color coded the words of God so that readers can tell at a glance when God is speaking.
According to Mull, “God speaks in different ways. Sometimes God would send His message through an angel, a dream or a vision.”
His color coded Bible and companion God Speaks: Learn How to Hear God – Book of Acts Bible Study are designed to teach readers how to listen to the voice of God. Based on the Book of Acts, the Bible study includes a weekly lesson and a daily chapter with questions to lead readers to hear the words of God.
In addition to being a published author, Mull, who studied theology at the Columbia Bible College and Seminary, is a ministry leader and public speaker. He leads interactive conferences locally and nationwide to teach people how to hear God speak. Recently, he spoke before an audience in Phoenix, Arizona to launch the God Speaks publications.
Mull is also the author of several other books including The 40-Day Revolution, which sold over one million copies worldwide. This book is a 40-day strategy that encourages students to change the spiritual climate of their school.
Mull is offering a number of unique purchasing options for the God Speaks Bible. Through the Corporate Bible Program, corporations can receive a discount for volume purchases.
For a minimum donation, Operation Light Force, Mull’s Tampa area-based ministry, will double the number of Bibles purchased and donate them to local churches or ministries, which can then sell them as a fundraiser. Bibles can also be purchased individually.
To pre-order the God Speaks Bible or to purchase any of Mull’s other publications, visit www.operationlightforce.com.
To book a speaking engagement,visit the Website or call at 657-6147.
Mull’s next public speaking engagement will be held on Monday, March 5, at 7 p.m. at the South Brandon Worship Center, 4929 Bell Shoals Rd., in Valrico.