New Book "A Disciple's Dilemma" by Timothy Brinkley Shares Solutions from Scripture

Reverend utilizes biblical lessons to solve current issues in new book.

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"A Disciple's Dilemma"

If you are a Christian who is facing adversity in your life then I encourage you to read this book.

Columbus, MS (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

Since its publication over 2000 years ago, has the Bible become out of touch with our modern-day conflicts?

In his new book, “A Disciple’s Dilemma,” Revered Tim Brinkley compiles a series of sermons designed to help readers tackle their everyday challenges. In his set of four books combined into one volume, Brinkley applies biblical guidance to topics like relationships, illnesses, finances, death and depression.

“If you are a Christian who is facing adversity in your life then I encourage you to read this book,” Brinkley said.

“A Disciple’s Dilemma” arms readers with the tools necessary to confront their difficulties head-on using tactics deeply rooted in scripture. Readers will find answers to a variety of religious questions; pastors will also find that each story is a finished sermon ready to be delivered to their congregation. After employing the suggestions Brinkley outlines, readers will find the courage to challenge difficulties that come their way.

"A Disciple’s Dilemma: Series Sermons for Spiritual Growth"

By Timothy Brinkley

ISBN: 978-1-4797-9265-8
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Xilibris online bookstores.

About the Author:

Having answered the call to ministry in June 2001, Reverend Tim Brinkley currently serves as pastor at Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church in West Point, Miss. Prior to entering the ministry, he held several roles in the church and community, including youth director, president of the Brotherhood Ministry, and Scoutmaster, among others. Brinkley is also the current Police Chief for West Point and serves as Vice President of the Northeast Mississippi Baptist State Convention. “A Disciple’s Dilemma” is his second book.

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