Charles Millson

Biography

Charles Millson is a lifelong southerner. He is a teacher, minister, and advocate in a small town in middle Tennessee. After teaching in the Memphis, Tennessee area for over a decade, Millson turned his attention and talents to ministry in Romania and Costa Rica. He is also the author of More Than Rubies, a Bible workbook that looks at the lessons we can learn from the lives of some of the lesser-known women of the Hebrew Scriptures. He has also published a book of poetry, has been published in The Old Hickory Review, and has been a contributor to People’s World. His sports writing has been featured on such blogs as Rivals.com, where he was a managing editor, and on Bleacher Report. His ministry has taken him to work in the inner-city with low income housing, and currently he heads a nonprofit food bank in his small town. He can be heard weekly on a one hour radio talk-show called Westmoreland Wednesdays on WTNK out of Hartsville, Tennessee. In addition, Millson is a minister at a church in Westmoreland, Tennessee. He is the father of one son, Shawn, and he enjoys spending time with his English bulldog, Bucky.

Where to find Charles Millson online

Twitter: @MillsonCharlie
Facebook: Facebook profile

Where to buy in print


Books

Runaway: A Story of Hagar
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 51,590. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2017 by Grave Distractions Publications. Categories: Fiction » Religious, Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Jewish
Hagar finds herself being forced to leave her home, hated by the woman she serves, cast out of the camp, and pregnant. Who will help her in the desert? Who can see her? The story of Hagar is retold by historian and minister, Charles Millson, in an exciting new fictional account based on the Bible story.
Pastures of Tender Grass
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 49,470. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2015 by Grave Distractions Publications. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Historical, Fiction » Historical » Ancient
Mephibosheth, the disabled young grandson of King Saul, is summoned to the palace of the new King David. What does the new ruler want? Is he trying to eliminate all possible claimants to the throne? Or is he motivated by something greater than power? And why does his grandfather's former servant seem to want him destroyed?

Charles Millson's tag cloud

abraham    bible    biblical fiction    civil war    egypt    gods promise    hagar    handmaid    hebrew    ishmael    jerusalem    jewish    king david    king saul    mephibosheth    old testament    psalm 23    religious fiction    sarah