Thomas M. Freiling's Bio:
Tom Freiling is known as the “father of 2,000 books.” He founded Xulon Press, Inc., in 1999, and currently serves as the company’s president & CEO. Recently featured by Writer’s Digest Magazine as one of the country’s leading experts on print-on-demand publishing, Mr. Freiling has published more Christian books than any Publisher in the world today.
In addition to publishing more than 2,000 books at Xulon Press, Mr. Freiling has also published dozens of best-selling Christian books during the last 10 years, selling more than 3 millions copies worldwide. He served formerly as Publisher of Creation House, a part of Strang Communications, in Orlando, Florida and as a Managing Director of Eagle Publishing, Inc., in Washington D.C., where he worked with the country’s leading conservative authors.
Mr. Freiling is the best-selling author of George W. Bush on God and Country (Allegiance Press), which was also a best-selling DVD and television program seen in 20 million homes. He is also the author of Abraham Lincoln’s Daily Treasure (Fleming H. Revell), Prayers to Move Your Mountains (Thomas Nelson), Reagan’s God and Country (Gospel Light), Stand and Be Counted (WhiteStone), and We Will Pray for Election Day (Allegiance Press). His books have been translated into Korean and Chinese, and have been endorsed by U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, Jerry Falwell, and World Magazine editor, Marvin Olasky. They have also been featured by James Dobson’s Focus on the Family.
Mr. Freiling has appeared on more than 100 radio programs, and has been interviewed on CNN, C-SPAN, Fox Radio, Radio America, and on Janet Parshall’s America. Prior to a career in book publishing, Mr. Freiling served on the staff of the United States House of Representatives, and also on the Board of Directors of the HMO of Oklahoma. He is a member of the venerable Author’s Guild and the Evangelical Press Association (EPA). He is a graduate of Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Mr. Freiling resides in northern Virginia with is wife, Nancy, and their three sons, Nicholas, Matthew, and Grant. Nancy is a leader in Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) and they all enjoy camping, fishing, and spend lots of time on the soccer field.