Chantilly, VA (Vocus) September 9, 2010
Fuller has an extensive background in Christian leadership. He is the chairman of the Every Nation Churches of America, an organization that has three functions: to plant churches, to establish college campus ministries and to serve the world through missions that reach the oppressed and neglected. Additionally, he is the current chaplain of the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
Fuller has travelled internationally with the Gospel of Christ on over 30 occasions and is the chaplain of the Washington Redskins.
Simple and comprehensive, his devotional book, Relate Well, offers readers a resource for how to contend with the unexpected events or adversaries that may confront them each day. Biblical figures such as Adam, Eve, Abraham and David provide inspiration behind the practical precepts that Fuller presents for daily application in readers’ lives.
By highlighting biblical models of godliness and examples of good relations, Relate Well gives readers a fresh, Christian perspective on relationships with which they can carry into each new day.
About the Author
Pastor Brett Everett Fuller is a founder and the present lead pastor of Grace Covenant Church (http://www.gracecov.org). He is the chairman of the Every Nation Churches of America and is the current chaplain for the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He has been blessed with ministerial and congregational friendships that have lasted three decades. He thanks God for enabling him to be consistent in his personal Christian witness, integral in his ecclesiastical architecture and an agent of preservation in his relationships. Fuller resides on the outskirts of Washington D.C. in Chantilly, Va. with his beautiful wife Cynthia and their seven children.
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