Church(ish)- New Book Now Available!

 

The story is too familiar. You visit a church and everyone is nice, but no one seems to truly care. The people wear masks of righteousness only to, after you have committed yourself, remove those masks to reveal the face of a horrid witch-like creature. Or, perhaps, a different mask is worn: a mask that looks beautiful so that it hides the fact that the people are not worshipping or teaching about a real god; only some god that is created by human hands from tradition or from the popular religious myths of our day or a day in the distant past.

Why should I burn my mask and expose my cross?

Get it now!

From Me (40% Discount- May 18, 2018)

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Also look for the E-book on the iBookstore, Kindle, Nook, and more.

Dear Reader

I want to thank you for purchasing this book. It shares a very real concern I have regarding modern-day religiosity- in all of its shallowness and hypocrisy. I hope you benefit greatly by reading and I hope that you will connect with me by following this blog, joining me on social media (use the social media links at the top of this page), and taking advantage of all the free resources I get to offer on this site.

If you are a ministry leader or pastor and want to use this book for a class or Bible Study, I will do what I can to send you one free copy. Simply use the contact form to contact me. There is also special pricing available for groups (I will send them at the price that I pay). Contact me for a quote. These prices are always in flux.

My prayer: Lord, help us to be a genuine people who are concerned with your purpose and plan. Let us not be overbearing or think too highly of ourselves. Help us to know that we are in no position to boast or to condemn, for salvation is by grace through faith- it is not a work of our own. Help us as a church to reject works-based salvation. Help us not to be slaves to our own depravity. Revive us, oh God.

 

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