Contact: Brad Fenichel, President, Saddle Mountain Communications, 302-229-8040; www.BradFenichel.org
ELKTON, Md., Oct. 17, 2011 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Six weeks after releasing his new book, "When We Pipe, God Shall Dance," Christian author Brad Fenichel has made a 30% pledge of royalties to the "180" pro-life movie project.
Effective immediately, all sales originating at the book's web site -- although the actual purchase is transacted through Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Google Books -- will trigger a contribution of $1 per paperback and $2 per e-book (30% of the author's royalties) toward saving the unborn. Fenichel's pledge expires December 31, 2011, although he hinted at a possible encore next year.
According to the site, "'180' is a powerful new documentary by Ray Comfort, produced by Living Waters Publications. It shows staunch supporters of abortion making a 180-degree turn to become pro-life -- in a matter of minutes." Further information is available at the site, including a link to watch the "180" movie free online.
As far as what $1 or $2 can do, Fenichel says, "It goes directly toward the furtherance of the '180' message, for example, distribution of free DVDs to adults and youth across our nation. It's an extraordinary tool in our fight for the unborn. The list of endorsements is endless -- names like John Piper, Bill Gothard, Joni Eareckson Tada and Randy Alcorn."
"When We Pipe, God Shall Dance," according to the author, is "the book that will revolutionize your prayer life." For more information, and to make a purchase that also benefits the "180" Project, go to: www.WhenWePipeGodShallDance.com
About Brad Fenichel:
Besides being an author, freelance writer and speaker, Brad is president of Saddle Mountain Communications, a publishing ministry whose mission is "to reach America with a message of living prayer: connecting with God to intercede for America -- and for revival in America -- in our generation."
He is also a spokesman for the Minutemen movement, billed as "a grassroots effort calling Americans everywhere to one minute of daily prayer for revival." Further information on this topic is available at: "Brother, Can You Spare a Minute?"
Brad lives in rural Cecil County, Maryland with his wife and three "dysfunctional" cats. His blog can be found at: www.BradFenichel.org.