Author's Book Aims to Bring Country Back to Its Grassroots

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New release will unify believers in a Christian army for Christ

While the cultural landscape is peppered with denominational communities, it is critical for believers to unite as a Christian community. This separation within the church is why Christianity is rapidly losing ground in this country, and unity is the only way to turn the tides, says Jim Stortenbecker, self-published Christian author of the new book A Christian Wakeup Call (paperback). The author's new book will bring readers face to face with some of the problems currently surfacing for Christians, as well as instill in them the necessity of putting aside denominational differences to become, first of all, a Christian army for Christ.

Says Stortenbecker, "The mission of this book is to wake Christians up to the necessity of uniting to save Christianity. It is to make Christians realize we are, first of all, Christians and secondly denominational. We can not continue to fight each other to prove one denomination is better than any other. We are a house divided against itself, and the Word says a house divided against [itself] can not stand."

Armed with a burning passion to get this country back to its grassroots, back to what our forefathers intended it to be, Stortenbecker cautions against the attempted destruction of the Christian faith, which he says is imminent: "[We need to] bring God back into our lives, especially the lives of our children. We can not afford to develop into a godless society."

Jim Stortenbecker currently resides in Lansdale, Pennsylvania.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order A Christian Wakeup Call through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.


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