Fighting the Fight of Faith in God's Strength, Re-Engaging in God's Call to Purpose
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ENUMCLAW, Wash., Aug. 10 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Fighting the Fight of Faith in God's Strength" captures the essence of "Out of the Forest: Re-Engaging in God's Call to Purpose" authored by Richard L. (Rick) Brown. The author focuses upon a poignant event in the life of King David and his son, Absalom. He amplifies a rather obscure statement that forms the basis for his book.
Who would imagine that a book would emerge from the words, "...the forest claimed more lives that day than the sword?" Yet, Brown has extracted significant meaning from this Scripture quotation and its context.
Not only does the author bring out important truths from this passage, he also is a craftsman with words who titles his chapters with captivating alliteration.
The first half of the book features such chapter titles as The Trampled, The Tame, The Timid, The Tired, and The Tormented. In the second half, he utilizes such titles as Finding Beauty, Finding Blessing, Finding the Body, and Fighting the Battle.
Brown uses intriguing techniques to take his key Bible passage from obscurity to clear meaning. He weaves military analogies from history to illustrate spiritual truths. The author's own personal examples of struggle and victory inspire readers to reflect on their own journey.
At the end of each chapter, Brown presents reflection/discussion questions that allow readers to personalize the content. Small groups that study the book together will use these questions as means to initiate and guide discussion.
Rick Brown is a layman who excelled in his education, graduating summa cum laude from Baylor University as an accounting major. He has since shown his distinguished entrepreneurial abilities by founding and operating accounting and investment advisory firms. After years as a gifted Bible teacher at The Heights Baptist Church, he has enrolled as a student in Rockbridge Theological Seminary. He is also a musician, songwriter, and a lover of the outdoors. He's a fan of military history.
Well rounded in his talents and spiritual gifts, the author brings to his writing a wide range of background and experience. This aids him in presenting truths of the Bible for ordinary Christians who aspire to do extraordinary things for God.
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