|Seven Ways To Build a Better You||Sheri Rose Shepherd|
|Against Tall Odds||Matt Roloff|
|Countdown Y2K (Newsletter)||Shaunti Feldhahn|
|On Becoming Childwise||Gary Ezzo and Robert Bucknam|
|On Becoming Preteen Wise||Gary Ezzo and Robert Bucknam|
|On Becoming Teenwise||Gary Ezzo and Robert Bucknam|
|One Small Sparrow (Rev.)||Jeff Leland|
|How To Talk About Jesus Without Freaking Out||Jim and Karen Covell and Victorya Rogers|
|Making Today Count for Eternity||Kent Crockett|
|Only a Woman||Terri McFadden|
|101 Answers to the Most-Asked Questions About the End Times||Mark Hitchcock|
|Making Your Partnership Work||Daniel Rickett|
|What On Earth Is Going On?||Mark Hitchcock|
|Is America in Bible Prophecy?||Mark Hitchcock|
|Mimi's Gift||Joan Marie Thomas|
|Spirit Warrior (Line Edit)||Stu Weber|
|The Power of God with An ADHD Child||Krista Hain|
|In the Hollow of His Hand||Gorman Woodfin|
|God Is Greater than Family Mess||Joey Johnson|
|The Next Generation Leader||Andy Stanley|
|God of My Silent Tears||Yvonne Majett Cooper|
|Finally FIT!||Lorraine Bossé Smith|
|Midlife Meltdown||Janet Maccaro|
|The Final Makeover||Dino Nowak|
|Fighting Cancer 20 Different Ways||Francisco Contreras and Daniel Kennedy|
|Fasting Made Easy||Don Colbert|
|When All Hell Breaks Loose||Ken Hutcherson|
|Time Lottery||Nancy Moser*|
|Marduk's Tablet||T.L. Higley|
|Daughter of Prophecy||Miles Owens**|
|Fallen from Babel||T.L. Higley|
|The Personifid Project||R.E. Bartlett|
|The Fall of Lucifer||Wendy Alec|
|Time Lottery 2: The Second
|Balancing Act||Kimberly Stuart|
|Dark Hour (co-edit)||Ginger Garrett|
|A Mile from Sunday (co-edit)||Jo Kadlecek|
|A Bigger Life||Annette Smith|
|The Great Hour Struck||Gary Varner|
|Treasure Hunt||Heather Gemmon|
|Hurricane Ishmael||Bill Noah|
* Time Lottery won a Christy Award for excellence in Christian fiction.
** Daughter of Prophecy won first prize in General Fiction at the 2006 American Christian Fiction Writers' Conference.
Jeff has served on the editorial staffs of three Christian publishing companies.
From 1999 to 2001 he edited nonfiction for Multnomah Publishers.
During this time Jeff edited and wrote feature articles for Countdown Y2K, a year-long newsletter by Shaunti Feldhahn. Jeff acquired authors and articles and edited the magazine.
From 2003 to 2005 he managed the Siloam line of Christian health books for Strang Communications.
During that time Jeff launched Realms, the line of Christian speculative fiction at Strang Communications.
From 2005 to 2006 Jeff served as manager over the fiction line at NavPress.
Between his time at Multnomah and Strang, and after his time at NavPress, Jeff has been a freelance editor, writer, and book doctor.
You can see the editorial services Jeff offers by clicking here.
In addition to the projects listed, Jeff has performed editorial reviews, partial edits, "first 10 pages" reviews, mentoring, and proposal review and creation for scores of clients.
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Jeff has also written scores of articles for Christian magazines, including Christian Single, HomeLife, Life@Work, and New Man magazines.
Jeff's short fiction has appeared extensively in Focus on the Family's Clubhouse magazine. He recently completed a two-year stint as the writer for the comic book series in Clubhouse magazine.
Jeff served as story manager for the made-for-DVD computer animated film, G.I. Joe: SpyTroops.
Jeff has written dozens of puppet scripts, which have been produced in his home church.
Jeff writes extensively about fiction writing on his Web page dedicated to Christian speculative fiction. It's called WhereTheMapEnds.
Jeff is also a popular speaker at Christian writer's conferences.
He is a member of ChiLibris and the Academy of Christian Editors (ACE).
Jeff holds the Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin.
Jeff also holds the Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
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