God..You Want Me To Go Where … And Do What….!: Take the Church Where God Needs It To Go—By Carson Fender
In the self-published God..You Want Me To Go Where … And Do What….!: Take the Church Where God Needs It To Go, Carson Fender, a longtime minister of adult education, former director of missions in Galax, Va., and now pastor of Union Hills Baptist Church in Bonifay—shares a practical outline of how to be an effective ministry leader.
Leadership is about following Jesus, 81-year-old Fender asserts.
“Pastors, teachers and leaders whose primary goal is to take direct aim on the teaching and examples of Jesus…will ultimately point more souls to Jesus,” he writes.
Fender’s 152-page guide is available for free completely online at http://www.blurb.com/b/2601922-god-you-want-me-to-go-where-and-do-what, or can be ordered for $51.19 in its softcover version at www.blurb.com.
The Chair: A Journey of Learning to Trust Again—By Jeremy Gates
The Chair: A Journey of Learning to Trust Again is inspirational fiction that portrays the power of the Gospel written by a pastor who also is a family counselor.
In 152 pages Jeremy S. Gates, pastor of Wright Baptist Church in Fort Walton Beach, tells the story of Monica Wilson, a graduate student who lost her father at a young age, and as a result her childhood faith.
“But the pain ... the pain is so great ... I don’t know if I will ever be able to trust again,” Monica says in a realistic life story portraying the drama of creation, the fall, and redemption.
The self-published paperback is available at http://www.lulu.com/shop/jeremy-gates/the-chair/paperback/product-20436889.html for $12.
Liberalism vs. Conservatism: A Basic Guide to Understanding America’s 21st Century Civil War—By Freddy Davis
At the heart of every cultural battle is a clash of ideas. Former missionary Freddy Davis takes a new approach at explaining this clash in his book Liberalism vs. Conservatism: A Basic Guide to Understanding America’s 21st Century Civil War.
As the title suggests, Davis believes there is a civil war going on in American political culture. “The guns have not started firing yet, but America is already in the middle of a civil war.”
In 162 pages, Davis takes the reader through a short story and a brief overview of basic worldview principles.
Outlining theism and naturalism, Davis writes that the two are at the heart of conservative ideas and liberal ideas respectively. And for Davis, the choice is clear.
Davis is founder and president of Marketfaith Ministries. The 8.5 x 5.5 paperback is available at http://www.marketfaith.org/store/products/liberalism-vs-conservatism-a-basic-guide-to-understanding-americas-21st-century-civil-war/ for $10.95.
Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace: The Compelling Arguments Against Same-Sex Marriage—By Don Walton
As support of same-sex marriage moves forward, Don Walton, senior pastor of New Hope Baptist Church in Zephyrhills, in his 50-page book, Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace: The Compelling Arguments Against Same-Sex Marriage, takes issue with arguments presented in the media on the issue of same-sex marriage—and presents his own arguments.
The book, produced and distributed by New Hope Baptist Church and Time4Truth Ministries, is available for free on the web at www.timefortruth.org or by calling the church at 813-782-6592 or Time4Truth Ministries at 352-238-1279.
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