Jane Wells understands the best connections between popular culture and faith. Exploring these connections can light up your life, energize your congregation’s small groups and bring men and women through the doors of your church for the first time. As a longtime journalist and an expert on media marketing, Jane Wells helps readers understand what’s happening now in the often confusing waves of media flowing all around us. As a Christian author, her ideas are perfectly suited for people who want to dig into Christian Bible study and enjoy the hottest new novels and movies at the same time.
FINDING THE TRUTH IN ‘THE HUNGER GAMES’
The Hunger Games novels and movies are attracting millions. In her most recent book, Bird on Fire, Jane Wells offers an exciting new perspective on novelist Suzanne Collins’ complex world. Readers and moviegoers, young and old, continue to cheer for her hero Katniss Everdeen, a teenager fighting forces of injustice in a bleak future version of our world. Now, Jane Wells delves into this dystopian realm from a Christian perspective, exploring themes of social justice, transformation and unlikely heroism.
TWILIGHT BIBLE STUDY
Her first book for ReadTheSpirit focuses on the mega-hit series of novels and films: Twilight. Glitter in the Sun, draws many links between Twilight and the Bible. The single biggest connection is love. For all of its supernatural trappings, the Twilight series has sold well over 100 million copies because of the compelling quality of the immortal love story at its heart. At the heart of Christian conversion is the search for God’s eternal love.
SMALL GROUP LEADER, LARGE GROUP SPEAKER
Jane Wells also is an accomplished small-group leader and designer of workshops and retreats, and is available to speak at your event. She regularly connects with other media-marketing professionals and is open to requests for print, radio, TV and online interviews, time permitting in her busy schedule.
Contact her by email at email@example.com.
SEE WHAT SHE’S UP TO RIGHT NOW
Jane Wells writes regularly about her ongoing work and her fresh ideas that can help you, your friends and your congregation. Follow her columns at birdonfireblog.com.
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