Uniting the Kingdom of God

At the dawn of the 21st Century, there is a great need for the Church to become unified so as to faithfully glorify God and to provide a single witness to the world of His truly amazing grace. We could play the blame game, pointing to anything and everything for the faults of the present condition of Christianity, but what would that really accomplish? There are already plenty of critics who make one suggestion after another about what needs to be done to improve the state of things. Even here, within the faith, the majority of the suggestions involve a total rejection of the Church as it is and a “starting over” of what it means to be a Christian.

This volume takes up the challenge to present a simple, but workable plan that can result in a new paradigm for the Kingdom of God for the 21st Century. We say this is “new” only in the sense that, to date, the Church has not fully manifested on a large scale what we will present. The plan outlined in these pages is both workable and adaptable to any given locality.

If you are one who refuses to allow for the possibility of change of any kind, you might as well put this book down and find something else to read. Likewise, if you are completely happy with the state of the Church today and see no reason to change it, move on to something else. This book is not for you.

If, however, you know deep down that things could be better, that the Church could be more than it has become then you are invited to read on. Perhaps you have some ideas on what needs to be done to better the Kingdom’s situation; perhaps not. Either way, we welcome you to the dialogue. We are looking forward to a spirited discussion.

This book is available for purchase at Amazon.com. Check it out and then let me know what you think about the possibilities! Click on the image above to  purchase a copy for yourself.


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