Author and Musician Featured At Meet & Greet and Book Signing,For Popular Christian Broadcaster's 50th Anniversary Celebration
Nashville, Tenn. (April 10, 2012) - Author and musician David Teems recently appeared on Canada's longest running daily talk show, 100 Huntley Street, where he chatted with host Jim Cantelon about his latest Thomas Nelson release, Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God An English Voice. Teems, a popular guest on the Crossroads Christian Communications show, also met with audience members and staff at a meet & greet and book signing after the TV interview.
"An interview with Jim Cantelon is a writer's delight," Teems says. "Jim has a very evolved appetite for books so he asks the right questions and takes the interview in all the right directions. You know he has read your book, so the engagement between interviewer and interviewee is rich and informs at many levels. It seems superfluous to say I have been really excited about being with Jim again and all the incredible 100 Huntley Street folks."
"David was a huge hit about a year ago when he was here, at that point, with his book, Majestie," says Cantelon. "Now he has written a remarkable historical biography of William Tyndale."
In addition to participating in Crossroad's 50th anniversary of being on the air, Teems' appearance coincides with the 35th anniversary of 100 Huntley Street, which debuted in 1977. Other guests appearing as part of the anniversary celebration include Kay Warren, wife of pastor and author Rick Warren; Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages series; Dr. Terry Law, author and founder of World Compassion Ministries; and the Watoto Children's Choir from Uganda.
Teems last appeared on 100 Huntley Street in February 2011 to promote Majestie: The King Behind the King James Bible, a book Cantelon declared to be "…one of the best written books I've ever read. It's a page turner."
An interview/talk program, 100 Huntley Street, the flag-ship television program of Crossroads Christian Communications, was the first daily Christian television program in Canada. The show airs throughout Canada and the United States on the NRB Network with a potential reach of 15.9 million households, and Family Net with a potential of more than 20 million households. Crossroad's broadcasting mission is to bring the Christian message to the viewer by exposing them to real people with real stories.
To watch a video of the show, visit 100huntley.com.
Photo caption: David Teems, right, is interviewed by Jim Cantelon, left, on the set of 100 Huntley Street about Teems' latest book, Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God An English Voice. (McCain & Co. Public Relations photo)
In addition to his current release, Teems is the author of To Love is Christ (Thomas Nelson, 2005), And Thereby Hangs A Tale (Harvest House, 2010), Discovering Your Spiritual Center: The Power of Psalm 119 (Leafwood 2011) and Majestie: The King Behind the King James Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2010). Majestie was the centerpiece of Thomas Nelson's recent 400th anniversary celebration of the release of the King James Bible in 2011. The biography has earned accolades from reviewers, including Publishers Weekly, who calls it "…a delightful read in every way."
Teems earned his bachelor's degree in psychology from Georgia State University. A talented musician and songwriter, Teems has recorded eight albums, including three spoken word recordings: Hope, More Hope, and Speak To Me (Scripture and music). Teems, his wife Benita, and their family live in Franklin, Tenn.
For more information about Teems, visit davidteems.coms.
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