From the looks of (Pastor) William’s dedicated reading section on his blog, he’ll know just what he wants to do with the book money and will put it to good use.
Mosaic surpassed the 2,000 rank today and it has decreased in price a bit.
So, way to go everyone for spreading the word about Mosaic! And there’s lots of excitement yet to come, as yesterday kicked off of a blog tour that lasts until the beginning of Advent (which is when the first Mosaic reading begins). Bookmark this post on the Mosaic Blog to keep up with the blog tour, which will include interviews, guest posts, and more with contributors, editors, and artists that worked on Mosaic. Yesterday Joel Watts started things off with an amazing 24-hour blog-a-thon, today Henry Neufeld interviewed General Editor Keith Williams on his blog, and tomorrow the blog tour is hosted by Rick Mansfield at This Lamp.
One more thing–if you haven’t seen the interactive online sampler, I encourage you to do so–visit HolyBibleMosaic.com and click on “Try Mosaic Online Now.” It gives you a good sense of what the real thing is like. When you’re browsing this sampler, click on the upper or lower right-hand corners to advance the pages. The sampler is the first few weeks of readings from Mosaic, in a slightly different format–it’s a little smaller; it doesn’t include
the as much response space; and the Scripture is only the selected readings, although the real Mosaic is the full Bible, not just selections. (We had to use this smaller version to make it work in this online format.)