Hopeful future books and DVD on James Brainerd Taylor

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Dependent on finances, health and time, other hopeful James Brainerd Taylor-related publishing endeavors include the following.

If you or a publisher you know feel led to partner with UCM on any of these projects, please contact UCM.

To read a May 20, 2009, Sequim Gazette (Sequim, Washington) article entitled "Author Plans 10-book Series on 19th-century Evangelist," click here.

To read an October 3 and 14, 2008, national press release on Books 1 and 2—"New Biographies on Forgotten 'Uncommon Christian' Evangelist James Brainerd Taylor"—click here (Christian Newswire) and here (Religion News Service).

God's Co-Worker: 21st-century Evangelism with Uncommon Christian James Brainerd Taylor

Published and slightly reworked Doctor of Ministry dissertation (Class of 2009, Western Seminary, Portland, Oregon). For now, available through the Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN), Order No. 002-0843. Click here.

Uncommon Christian Living: A Biblical Look at James Brainerd Taylor's Uncommon Christianity

Edited volume in which 5 international scholars/students of the Bible write a chapter each on the 5 Bible-based traits of Uncommon Christianity as defined by J. B. Taylor: eminently holy, self-denying, cross-bearing, Bible, everyday Christian. Also, two contributors to write an opening and closing chapter on the modern-day American problem of "common" Christianity and the solution of rediscovering "uncommon" (New Testament-based/Tayloresque) Christianity. With a Foreword and Epilogue. I would serve as the editor and introductory essay author.

These Walls Do Not Shut Out My God: James Brainerd Taylor, Uncommon Christian Student

Modern-day guidance and inspiration for today's Christian student—high school, university and seminary—as gleaned from Taylor's student days at Lawrenceville School (N.J., Class of 1823), Princeton University (Class of 1826) and Yale Seminary/Divinity School (student, 1827–28).

James Brainerd Taylor: Uncommon Christianity for Kids

Biography for teens or pre-teens. Needed: skilled illustrator.

Uncommon Christian Devotional: Living the Uncommon Christian Life with James Brainerd Taylor

Daily meditations on the five pillars or traits of "uncommon" Christianity. Meditations taken from the journal entries and letters of Taylor, and from what others wrote about him during and after his brief life.

Travel with James Brainerd Taylor: In the Footsteps of the Uncommon Christian Student-Evangelist

Combine biographical history with modern-day travel! The travel guide will include places of interest to visit in Connecticut, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, North and South Carolina, Virginia, etc.; over 100 photos; clear illustrated maps; related websites; more. For the non-traveler, the book can serve as a reference guide. Compare the U.K.'s Day One Travel Guides.

Memoir of James Brainerd Taylor

Edited reprint of the 441-page, 1833 second edition memoir (American Tract Society) by John Holt Rice and his surviving brother, Benjamin Holt Rice. (Since 2008, original copy available online via Google Book Search. Click here.)

A New Tribute to the Memory of James Brainerd Taylor

Edited reprint of the 440-page, 1838 memoir by James' younger brother, Fitch W. Taylor. (Since 2007, original copy available online via Google Book Search. Click


An Uncommon Christian: The Life and Ministry of James Brainerd Taylor

Needed: Skilled video cameraman and script copy editor.

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