Craig T. Feigh, a native of Hollywood, IL, graduated from the University of Hawaii with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business. For several years, he has pursued a career in the telecommunications industry where he has held several Sales and Managerial level positions with some of the world's best Telecom Companies. In addition to writing, Craig owns a private Christian Apparel Company and holds a US Patent for a lawn and garden tool. Craig resides in Overland Park, KS with his wife and son.

Little Bit & Big Byte are back for another fun adventure in the sequel to the popular Day at the Beach. It's "Save the Environment" Week at school and the adorable "Chips off the old block" are excited to do their part to help conserve energy and recycle. Little Bit shares how we can all save water by brushing efficiently. Joy (the sister) sleeps more soundly with a night light. Big Byte has a tendency to use ALL of his electronics at the same time and realizes how effective "unplugging" can be. Even the Dad (CD) can do his part to ease traffic congestion by taking public transportation to work. While taking their recycling to the curb, their long-time enemies (Vi and Russ) kick over the recycling bins and spew garbage all over the street. In addition their pesky pointer (Click) jumps into the Recycle Truck and gets whisked away to the Recycling Center. Little Bit & Big Byte rush to save the day for their beloved canine. They also learn the complexities and necessity of recycling our paper, plastic and aluminum cans. Enjoy the colorful illustrations and be amused by finding the "hidden object" in each picture. Smile at the "story within a story" as the lovable caterpillar steals each scene with his youthful antics. Learn a valuable life lesson as Author, Craig Feigh, perfectly illustrates the need for all of us to "Go Green."




The first Children's Picture Book using Technology-related characters! Let me introduce you to Little Bit & Big Byte. These two “chips off the old block” are the main characters in a NEW educational, entertaining, and endearing series of Children’s Picture Books that take you on thrilling adventures using adorable computer-related characters. Travel through Cyberville with Little Bit, Big Byte, and other members of the Romie family as they experience life’s valuable lessons with their friends and foes. If your children or grandchildren love to use the computer, phone, or iPad they will love Little Bit & Big Byte.

There is a problem in our Churches today and it’s called, Biblical illiteracy!


According to a recent ABC poll, up to 94% of high school students stop attending church after graduating because of Biblical challenges and stagnation of their faith. Additionally, over 50% of all weekly churchgoers are not Christian! Christians are not mature in their faith because many professing Christians do not even know the basics of their faith.


According to the results of a survey conducted recently by LifeWay Research, over 3,000 participants were asked a set of 47 questions about foundational Christian beliefs. Most of the answers revealed a mishmash of heresy and confusion about Christianity’s most basic doctrines. It’s not just the departures from these historic doctrines that should concern us, but the contradictory answers. It shows that Americans in general, and evangelicals in particular, are clueless on basic Christian doctrine.


This is the basis for Christian Basic Training (CBT).


Every year professional athletes attend training camp to get back to the basics of their particular sport. Regardless of their previous successes, they review the fundamentals (hitting, fielding, base-running, blocking, tackling, special teams, etc.) of their profession to insure that they have a solid foundation in which to excel. Most games are won or lost because of a lapse in a basic skill. These are professional athletes making millions of dollars, yet they go back to the basics each and every year and before every game. They hone their skills to insure that they are foundationally sound, so that the game to them becomes second nature.


This is what God is asking each of us to do as well; get back to the basics of the Christian faith to be sure that we are Biblically sound. Most parents and churches are failing in this area!

Christian Author and Speaker, Craig T. Feigh, has compiled a list of the 42 most basic Christian foundational principles in an easy-to-understand “workbook” format that allows both the new and mature Christian the ability to understand and articulate the basics of the Christian faith.

Getting back to the basics and building a strong Biblical foundation helps us in many ways:


It helps us become closer to God and grow in our faith

It helps us Biblically resist the temptations from the devil and non-believers

It helps us to weather the storms of life

It helps us to faithfully share and defend our faith

It helps us to be assured of our salvation This is a must-read for anyone wanting to know the basic doctrines of the Christian faith and a must have for every Church Bible Study group.

Little Bit

Big Byte


A SURE WAY to test your faith A recent ABC poll stated that 89% of American's believe in heaven. Of these, three quarters (66%) doubted that they would ever get there physically. Are you one of them? Are you sure of your eternal destiny? The SURE Way TO HIM will forever put your mind at ease. This book presents a unique perspective to God's Word that will allow you to be sure about your eternal destiny. By using the acronym S.U.R.E, the author makes it very simple and easy to remember the biblical truths that allow you to "test your faith" as commanded in 2 Corinthians 13:5.


Also find out how Scripture tells you how you can: Receive God's guidance every single day? Know the best way for you to live a healthy life? Find fulfillment in your work and your relationships? Be assured of honor, happiness, and a long life? Experience a deeper sense of love and intimacy?


An endearing portrait of growing up in 20th-century America

 


All My Imperfections I Inherited From My Mom is a humorous compilation of short stories reflecting on many of the physical imperfections that all of us inherit from our parents. Many of these imperfections-allergies, hair loss, weight gain, acne, ugly toes-if taken too seriously, can lead to depression and low self-esteem. In a witty, lighthearted manner, author Craig T. Feigh reflects upon the trials and tribulations resulting from many of his youthful, inherited imperfections. Let him take you on a hilarious childhood journey of discovery and self-affirmation where the awkward moments of growing up are transformed into lessons of truth. You'll feel a new affinity for yourself and yours-imperfections and all.