Steve Spillman

Steve Spillman, author of Breaking the Treasure Code: The Hunt for Israel’s Oil, resides with his wife, Elaine in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina. One of six children of internationally known author, evangelist and Christian educator James R. Spillman, Steve is founder and president of True Potential Publishing, Inc. and True Potential Media, L.L.C. He is the creator and editor of several popular websites, including www.OilinIsrael.com. Through his wide entrepreneurial experience Steve has ‘reached the world’ with stories of his own, his authors and his clients.

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  1. Adam B.

    Hello. I just wanted to let you know that your father was my all time favorite Christian speaker. I remember when he spoke at a small church that I was attending in Southern Calif. back in the late 80’s and I had never heard the Word of God presented to me in such a way. His choice of words and phrasing were terrific and I made sure that I bought as many of his cassettes as I could afford. I’ve never heard you speak in public but I’m certain that you’re engaging and approachable too. Thanks for your tireless efforts.

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  2. Betty

    Hi Steve, it’s been a while since I contacted you but I am needing your feedback. At one time we were able to order some books through you and the last time I tried to order, it was a new situation/vendor and lots of headaches trying to get set up to order a few books. Do you still have access to any Book of Enoch by Ken Johnson? Please give me a call or email me at the address below. Thanks so much.

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    • Steve Spillman

      Hi Betty,
      You may have us mixed up with someone else re: The Book of Enoch. We don’t publish that.
      Thanks and Blessings,

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  3. Betty Youngblood

    Steve, Dorothy asked about an update on the oil situation in
    Israel. Thanks again for sending the books we requested recently. Betty

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    • Steve Spillman

      Hi Betty,
      Check Zionoil.com for updates. They are drilling in Israel now.

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  4. Justin Thomas

    Hi,

    Thanks for all the pictures of your dad Jim. My dad traveled with him for a few years across the country. His name was Al Thomas. He just passed away last sunday. Looking at all the photos is healing for me. When I was very young, I was at the Apple Valley Ranch. I still remember the pond and the animals, and the big white house. I miss my dad and the photos are meaningful to me. Thanks

    Justin Thomas
    Frederick, MD

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    • Steve Spillman

      Justin,
      Thank you for your note. I’m sorry for your loss; I know he’s with my dad in heaven now. Elaine and I both knew and loved your dad, and we remember you!
      Blessings,

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  5. Jeff Kinley

    Hey Steve! I hope you’re well. Was browsing your website and stumbled on “Author Tour.” Can you tell me more about what that is and what it involves? Thanks!

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    • Steve Spillman

      Hi Jeff,
      Good to hear from you! “Author Tour” is our portal to our author pages. It introduces our readers to our authors.

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