Brandon, MS (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
To readers who may doubt the necessity of a book like “Killing the Church: The Failure to Confront” (published by WestBow Press), author, pastor and missionary Dr. Jeff Parker says plainly “The failure to confront is killing the church and every relationship you hold dear.”
“Killing the Church” is for church leaders and the countless men and women who value truth and honesty in relationships. Confrontation is critical, and helps address areas of life which may be unpleasant yet crucial to both spiritual maturity and real happiness.
After 35 years in the ministry, seeing men and women frustrated over the lack of change in their lives, Parker knows the desperate need for his book. “It became clear to me that the church would have to step up and be what she has been throughout history, a ‘voice of truth’ both to her members and more so to society in general.”
About the Author
A pastor, missionary and former U.S. Army chaplain, Dr. Jeff Parker has spoken in churches and to Christians around the world. His leadership in a variety of settings, from the mission fields of Africa to the churches of England and now to his own country, uniquely qualifies him to speak to the subject of confrontation. Today, he pastors an inner-city church in Jackson, Miss. His commitment to aggressively addressing the problems of a transitional community have resulted in a wide assortment of programs designed to help the hurting.
Parker attended Mississippi State University, where he received his bachelor’s degree and then on to New Orleans Theological Seminary where he received his Master of Divinity. After some years overseas, he returned to Reformed Theological Seminary where he earned his Doctorate of Ministry. Born in Niagara Falls, N.Y., he resides in Brandon, Miss., with his wife of 34 years. They have four children.
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