Should ministers publish books? I would think that, you know, the answer would be obvious on that and say…I mean I’ve been going to the Methodist church since I was like eight and I’ve heard enough sermons over the course of the years, you know, that probably make up, you know, just volumes and volumes of books and some of the sermons actually were even pretty good. I’m thinking, you know, you ministers out there, I mean you’ve…most of you have the sermons down, OK, in writing, in some form or another. OK, it wouldn’t take that much effort to put together the 10 best, 12 best, 15 best, 20th best and put together a book, OK? And then your book, depending upon how large your parish is, you know, or how long, you know, your congregation is, you got built in market right there, OK? And then a combination, do, you know, special books, your work study books, your bible study books. I mean you’ve got the information already, OK? I mean there’s zero reason why, you know, (1:00) every minister shouldn’t have, you know…that’s gotten more than a couple of years worth of experience shouldn’t have a book or a series of books with their name on it that they published.