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Awhile ago Discipleship Resources requested that Amazon format my book, A Blueprint for Discipleship: Wesley’s General Rules as a Guide for Christian Living, for the Kindle (an electronic reader produced and sold by amazon.com). I recently realized that the book is now available for purchase for Amazon Kindle. I am excited about this because there has been some conversation in the Methodist blogging world about ways that United Methodists can do a better job of engaging changes in technology and popular culture. While this is a very small step, I appreciate that a publisher like Discipleship Resources is working to make publications like mine available to the broadest audience possible.

By the way, the Kindle version is $9.99, which is cheaper than the currently listed price ($11.70) for a paperback copy of the book. Though I am obviously not unbiased when it comes to my own book, if you have a Kindle and want to see more Methodist content available on Kindle, my guess is that the number one thing that will motivate Discipleship Resources, Upper Room, Abingdon, etc. to work to release content for Kindle will be if people actually buy copies of the books that they are beginning to make available for Kindle.

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