Terry L. Craig
Terry is a follower of Jesus Christ, a wife, mom, and grandma who has traveled through or lived in much of the US, Caribbean, and Mexico. Terry is a people watcher who loves creativity in almost any form (be that drawing, painting, pottery, baking, or novel writing). She currently resides in North Carolina with her professional pilot husband (her lifetime love) Bill.
She says: "I love to pray, help others, and engage in thoughtful conversations about faith. . . . AND . . . I have a quirky sense of humor--I raised boys, so it warped me a little." :-)
Although she writes articles, studies, and Apologetics, her favorite form of writing is fiction where she can shoot arrows of truth past people's defensive mechanisms (read more about this in her articles, Telling the Truth through Fiction, and Science Fiction and Our Brokenness).
All of Terry's books are available in print in our store, on Amazon.com (Amazon.com in the UK , Canada, and in individual countries of the EU--coming soon to Australia and Mexico), and many fine retailers in the US. Her books are also available in Ebook format through at Amazon.com, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble.com, and in the Apple iStore, and most fine Ebook retailers.
Random info about Terry:
She’s mechanical—loves things with moving parts (it’s even better if they wind up or make some sort of noise!)
Loves taking pictures
Loves peanut M&M’s
Would rather wear jeans
She and her husband make toys and games for their grandkids
Fall is her favorite season
Bill and Terry zipping over Florida.
Terry's fiction novels will be enjoyed the most by readers who relish complex characters in richly-textured cultural settings.
Her newest books are part of a series: The Scions of the Aegean C series
Book 2, Through the Land of Cloud and Leaf, is now available
Her previous series is the Fellowship of the Mystery trilogy
Special pricing for bundled set
Special pricing for the limited number of classic versions of this trilogy
Terry's non-fiction works include short Bible Studies and Apologetics (found on our Article page, free of cost).
She has also written a book that addresses the concept of "Christian" Universalism (the idea that all people are saved regardless of belief). At a time when "inclusiveness" has so much traction, this book can help Christians understand the gulf between the claims of Universalism and what Jesus taught on faith, salvation, discipleship, Heaven, and Hell.
What Mama Never Told You About the Afterlife, a workbook-sized paperback, is available here in our bookstore, on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and at many fine online retailers.
The Ebook version is also on sale now at Amazon.com, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and in the Apple iStore
Both Stephanie Bennett and Terry L. Craig have written fiction novels that postulate on the outcome of societies that relentlessly pursue technology at all costs. While technology in and of itself is neither bad nor good, more thought should be given to how we use it . . . and how it will change the landscape of humanity.
Wild Flower Press, Inc. has no connection with the video linked here, but we highly recommend that Christians watch it -- not so they might worry, but that it might urge them on -- to prayer, thought, and proactive behavior. Nothing is truly "inevitable" unless God says so.