When men forget and become abusive toward women and children, they arrogantly destroy an essential part of God’s plan; the family and home.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) September 23, 2014
The high profile case of NFL player Ray Rice has once again brought the tragic problem of domestic violence to the forefront of American society. Pastor, Osmond Lindo believes that spirituality is essential to developing men who respect women and care about their communities.
“God intended men to be supportive and protective of their loved ones,” Lindo said. “When men forget this and become abusive toward women and children, they arrogantly destroy an essential part of God’s plan; the family and home.”
Lindo’s new book, “Real Men Read Jesus’ Parables” is a step-by-step guide that explores how to live according to God’s model of a ‘real man’. It uses parables to describe a Christian lifestyle and help readers to grow spiritually.
Topics covered in the book include maintaining healthy relationships, forgiveness, prayer and family values. “Real Men Read Jesus’ Parables” is Lindo’s first published book.
“Real Men Read Jesus’ Parables: A Twenty-First Century Study of Jesus’ Parables for Men”
By Osmond A. Lindo, Sr.
Available at: Amazon, Westbow and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author
Osmond A. Lindo Sr. retired with his wife, Miriam, to Richmond, Texas, after serving in the United Methodist Church in Los Angeles, as a pastor and then as district superintendent. Lindo graduated from Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology with a doctor of ministry in theology and counseling.