Pastor Dr. Jeff Parker Urges People to Confront Complacency

New book "Killing the Church" tackles controversy in communication, the need for honesty

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Jackson, Miss. (PRWEB) April 08, 2013

Confronting a problem - especially between loved ones - is no easy task. According to Dr. Jeff Parker and his new book Killing the Church, it is important to have a “voice of truth” to address areas of life that may be difficult to talk about, but are critical to well-being.

Killing the Church is a conversational yet direct call to action that encourages readers to initiate communication on important topics within the church and in personal relationships. Using his own experience, Bible passages and relatable situations, Dr. Parker focuses on the need to address problems honestly and directly, but with grace.

“This book is the result of serving in a myriad of positions from U.S. Army chaplain to missionary on two continents, as well as a pastor,” says Dr. Parker. “So many church members never seem to change and are forever lost in the same behavioral patterns that have dictated much of their lives due to a lack of honest dialogue. That’s a concern that needs to be addressed.”

For more information, visit killingthechurch.com.

Killing the Church
By Dr. Jeff Parker
ISBN: 9781449757298
Softcover, retail price: $13.95
Hardcover, retail price: $30.95
E-book price: $5.99

About the author
Dr. Jeff Parker is a senior pastor at an inner-city church in Jackson, Miss. He has traveled for ministry to Zimbabwe, Africa, and Cornwall, England, and has served as an U.S. Army chaplain. Dr. Parker attended Holmes Junior College, Mississippi State University, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and the Reformed Theological Seminary. He lives with his wife of 35 years in Brandon, Miss.

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