Christianity In Crisis: A wake-up call for the church

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AuthorHouse, Apr 6, 2010 - Religion - 88 pages
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       This book is a wake-up call for the twenty-first century church. Milt compares today's church with the first century church model. He believes the church has been weighed in the balance and found wanting, especillay in the areas of personal evangelism and discipleship. He draws on his forty-eight years of bible study, his ministerial experience, and his keen analytical skills to assess what's wrong with the church and gives suggestions on what can be done to fix it.

       When Milt speaks of the church he is referring, not to an organization, but to an organism, the body of Christ, made up of all true followers of Christ, irregardless of their denominational affiliation. Bible texts are from either the KJV or the NKJV bibles. Much scripture is quoted in this book. This is iinten- tional."Thus sayeth the Lord " is what gives any Christian work its sanction and authority. If God said it. I believe it. And that settles it.


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No Passion for Souls
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No Conviction of
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No Unity in the Body
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Milt is a licensed minister with Destiny Christian Ministries International with headquarters in Shepherd, Michigan. He resides with his wife, Eleanor, in Clare, Michigan. They have nine children, twenty-one grand-children, and four great grand children. Milt took a short story writing course through Long Ridge Writer's Group in 2001. His first three stories were published in several Chrsitian publications, including The Seventh Day Adventist Signs Of The Times, and The Salvation Army War Cry magazine. His first book entitled, Discipleship Dynamics, was recently published by Publish America, and can be purchased at their website.

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