Columbia, SC (Vocus) February 12, 2010
Man does not live on bread alone. For troubled Christians seeking answers, author Michael Rogers offers Spiritual Appetizers to nourish the soul. Readers can discover a new perspective on God’s word as well as a better understanding of the Gospel through this insightful read.
In Spiritual Appetizers, Rogers answers the call of Bible students who desire to see the Gospel in a more practical sense. His recipe allows readers to explore God’s inspired, precious word from a realistic, practical way. Encompassing an entrée of twenty-five divinely inspired Gospel truths, this passionate, practical, motivational catalogue can be the answer to the various questions that Christians always ask themselves but seldom receive clarification.
Readers can join Michael Rogers as he brings clarity to misused, often abused scriptural text in an effort to strengthen the bridge from sinner to saint. They will receive revelation and grow into a Christian that not only examines God’s written word but identifies with the ability to apply His word to their life. With Spiritual Appetizers, results are inevitable.
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About the Author
Michael Rogers is a vivid student of God’s written word with a God-given gift in exhortation. In Spiritual Appetizers he presents a solution to several of the intangible principles that often elude new Christians. In an effort to exercise his creativity and add some flavor to several popular scriptures in the Bible, Michael answers the call of Bible students who desire to see the Gospel in a more practical sense. With his perspective- changing style Michael compels his audience to grow in their understanding of the Gospel, while not losing focus on the importance of captivation by entertainment.
Spiritual Appetizers * by Michael Rogers
Publication Date: November 20, 2009
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 75 pages; 978-1-4415-7182-3
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