Between producing animation and writing this book, I haven’t had much time to begin promoting it. So, this is the first real official promotion and update. My goal is to start sending out updates every few weeks so please signup for my newsletter if you would like to track the project. Once I finish the manuscript I’ll shift my focus to promoting the book and I’m going to have some nice “street team” perks so keep an eye out for that later this year!

I’m currently working on chapter 9 (of 23) and I’m really, really excited about how it’s coming together. Juggling the research, study, creative writing, and art production has been challenging at times, but the resulting product is even better than I had envisioned.

Harvest House Publishers has been an absolutely amazing partner and I swear I have the best editor and literary agent on the planet. I have never felt more called to a project and I am blown away at the doors that have opened and the team of collaborators the Lord has connected me with to make this project a reality.

Here’s a little about the book (below). Feel free to share with friends, post this link on social media, and let me know if you think a book like this is needed today.

About the Book

Christians and non-Christians alike are speculating if the end of the world is near. Who can blame them for wondering when you look around and see what is happening? Daily the media bombards us with horrific and heart breaking news: natural disasters, violence, sexual immorality, famine, war, and so on. There is confusion and fear everywhere! For answers we must turn not to the evening news or the news feed on our computers, but to the Bible.  Animation producer and illustrator, Todd Hampson brings you The Non Prophet’s Guide to End Times, a simple, easy to understand, Bible prophecy book, using a fictitious, comedic prophet alongside scripture, history, and world events to inform readers about the end times.

While informational, The Non-Prophet’s Guide to the End Times main goals are to; (a.) provide a clear overview of end-times events, and to (b.) guide readers to a deeper personal commitment to the Lord as they are reminded that He is perfectly in control of world history and the details of our lives. The primary audience for this book would be everyday Christians who are viewing current events and asking questions like: Is the end near? Should I be afraid? How do I know where I stand with God and how will that impact me in relation to end-times events? How can I live with peace in times of chaos? The secondary audience for this book would be the seeker, or skeptic, who has a surface level or pop-culture knowledge of end-times terms and events and sees them as irrelevant or sensationalistic, but would read the book to see what it’s all about.

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