Naples, Italy, (PRWEB) February 8, 2006
In the midst of the chaos, uncertainty and suffering in the world, the timely release of James Langston’s: “GrandMamma’s Prayers” and “The Building of a Church,” is sure to rejuvenate the fires of faith and hope in the downtrodden and encourage others facing life’s many storms and adversities to remain encouraged.
With the plethora of Christian and religious books in today’s market, Langston’s books are different because their practical approach to life. In “GrandMamma’s Prayers,” the message is simple, “You can have the courage to face tomorrow.” In “The Building of a Church,” a broader more defined, yet powerful statement is made, “You are being shaped for destiny.”
The testimony of readers display the influence of the books:
“This book is a bucket of ice water directed to a sleeping Church as well as a touching tribute to a little woman who reached great heights on her knees,” stated Dennis and Gillian Doty.
“This was more than a book. It was a testimony to the power of a praying grandmother,” said Cheryl Leatherwood.
“GrandMamma’s Prayers” is 88 pages in length and costs $9.77. “The Building of a Church” is 121 pages in length and costs $10.77. Link to publication: http://www.lulu.com/james_langston.
About James Langston:
James Langston retired from the Navy in 2003 after 27 years of service. He is an ordained minister of the gospel through World Evangelism Fellowship. Langston and his wife of 26 years have six children and three grandchildren. They live in Italy where he is senior pastor of the Pilgrim Outreach Ministries.
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