It’s good to have you visiting! We have a whole stack of faith-building e-books, all very modestly priced for you to enjoy and share with friends. And an exciting new series of Christian love stories all set in my childhood home of Bangkok is just now arriving. Volumes one and two are here for the holidays!


#1 Love in a Distant Land

#2 And a Happy New You

Christmas vacation is coming and your kids will need some awesome books to read by the fire. All ten Bucky Stone books are awesome stocking-stuffers. Hint hint.

BUCKY COMPILATION 2 All ten volumes in the Bucky Stone saga have just been re-released in print format! These are fun, Christ-centered stories, filled with sports action and sizzling high school romance. They make the perfect birthday gift or holiday stocking stuffer. And yes, they’re available as e-books as well. Each adventure is priced at Amazon’s minimum of $4.95, so your kids can indulge in the whole saga.

“To have a boy want to sit and read book after book in a wholesome series is wonderful. My son loved this whole series and highly recommends it!!!” – Kristen, May 2012

Bucky Stone #1: Making Waves at Hampton Beach High


We must attack the enemy’s line of communication. What we want is not more little books about Christianity, but more little books by Christians on other subjects – with their Christianity latent. – C. S. Lewis


It’s been a while, but I have a brand new book hopping up into the Amazon marketplace. “The Saga of Farmer Jesus” explores the Parable of the Sower, one of my favorites. This book has a lot of tongue-in-cheek humor from my Bangkok days (and some grandpa laments), a dose of Morris Venden and C. S. Lewis, and confessions from my current dream gig as a math professor at Valley College. The book’s available in both print and electronic format, and I hope you’ll find it a blessing. Here’s the link!

The Saga of Farmer Jesus

Salvation On the Summit

everestcover_15774820_stdThey call it the “Death Zone” – 26,000 feet high, close to the roof of the world, where the planet’s rotation causes 140 mph winds. What makes alpine climbers risk fortunes and even their lives in order to stand for five minutes on the world’s highest peak? Mount Everest is also the wind-swept battlefield for personality conflicts, the unfolding of ego-driven dramas, and the sometimes unheralded stories of courage and sacrifice as one climber lays down his life for another. Salvation on the Summit focuses on the tragic climbing season of 1996, as told by bestselling author Jon Krakauer, to unpack spiritual lessons and glimpses of a heavenly kingdom so close to the stars above our world’s Third Pole. $3.00

“Chilling, inspiring listening, the best stuff you guys have done in years . . . David Smith is a creative and inspiring writer.” Margaret, radio fan from the original Everest series

Check out these new essays on the pillars of Christianity!





2 Responses to Welcome!

  1. cynthia gollner says:

    I went to your review at Valley College on what I would say if I was God.. It had to be very difficult to write this you came out very inspiring I even shed tears.
    cynthia gollner

  2. Thanks, Cynthia. It WAS a hard essay, but I’m confident that God has a make-good divine plant to heal every single hurt his children experience. Thanks so much for writing!

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