Making it easier to find my books.

From time to time, people ask how to locate and purchase my books. In response, I have written two posts on this blog, both titled “How to Buy Books I Have written.” These posts include instructions on how to find and buy my books at,, and as iBooks.

I have just recently discovered an easier and quicker way to find and purchase my books on the Pentecostal Publishing House website.

Go to On the home page, look in the upper left corner immediately under “Categories.” You will see “Best Sellers.” Click on this, and a list of authors will come up. Click on “Daniel L. Segraves,” and you will see all my books.

This works on computers and tablets like the iPad, but it does not seem to work on smart phones like the iPhone. You can, of course, purchase my books on smart phones, but you will apparently need to use the search window.

We plan to add another book to this list before General Conference 2019. My latest manuscript, The Holy Spirit: An Apostolic Perspective on Pneumatology, is currently being edited, with the goal of having it printed and available at the upcoming conference.

The manuscript is 275 pages long, with 228 endnotes and forty-three chapters. It was my intention to address every verse in the Bible that mentions the Spirit, and I hope I’ve accomplished that goal.[archive]

Last Things

A bit before 9 a.m. today, I submitted a chapter titled “Last Things,” written by request for a new project under development by the Pentecostal Publishing House. The project is titled “Elements: Building Blocks of a Spiritual Life,” and it is designed to be used in discipling new members of the church. It is hoped that this resource will be published by the time of the 2019 General Conference of the United Pentecostal Church International.

My part of this work addresses prophecy fulfilled in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, as well as the rapture of the church, the Second Coming of Jesus, the Millennium, the Final Judgment, and what follows for believers. As is characteristic for the entire project, it is written in such a way as to communicate with those who are new to the Holy Bible and Apostolic faith.

It is my privilege to participate in projects like this. One of the most powerful and enduring ways to proclaim the gospel message is by means of the written word.

That is why we have the Scriptures![archive]