ROGERS, Texas (PRWEB) September 01, 2012
In her new book “Echoes from God: For Growing Deep, Growing Strong in the Faith” (published by WestBow Press), Dee Levens teaches readers about the unconditional love that she says is available to anyone who follows the teachings of the Bible.
“Echoes from God” is a book about the life’s journey of a Christian and the relationship between God and mankind. Levens guides Christian readers toward establishing a deeper walk of faith, and she teaches non-Christians about Christ by introducing them to passages from the Bible. She covers many topics including:
Levens hopes “Echoes from God” will lead readers toward personal spiritual growth. “‘Echoes from God’ was written as a complete and thorough example of what is given to, as well as what is expected from a Christian,” she says. “Many of the chapters of the book can be found in similar writings, however I have tried to make my book a one-stop reader for individual and group study in the faith.”
About the Author
Dee Levens has served God for more than 50 years. She started teaching Sunday school at just 16, and she has spent much of her life teaching others about Christianity. Over the years, as she moved around with her husband, Jack, who is a retired military officer, she has served in various churches in positions such as Sunday school superintendent, church treasurer, church secretary, ladies ministry president and altar ministries worker. She and her husband are the parents of two daughters and the grandparents of six grandchildren. She is retired from the Texas public school system after serving as both a high school and middle school principal, and she uses her new time to write Sunday school curriculum and devotional materials, teach Sunday school, create art, and spend time with her family.
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