A relationship with the Lord depends on faithfulness, loyalty, obedience and devotion, to name a few. Yet, many of these radical and life-altering principles are being minimized, disregarded and even rejected in some Christian circles.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) April 14, 2015
Whether we are changing careers, meeting new people, or moving to new locations, change is an inherent part of daily life. As individuals change so does society. One area that has seen great change, according to author Dan Alan Rodriguez, is people’s faith. And that is not necessarily a good thing.
Rodriguez, a pastor for 17 years, has noticed a new trend: many people are seeking an easy Christianity. One that requires no accountability and makes no demands.
“A relationship with the Lord depends on faithfulness, loyalty, obedience and devotion, to name a few. Yet, many of these radical and life-altering principles are being minimized, disregarded and even rejected in some Christian circles,” Rodriguez said.
According to Rodriguez, this has lead to a downward spiral and deterioration within society. Rodriguez’s new book, “A Call to Return,” serves as a prophetic call to return to the things that matter to God.
Through his empowering words and examination of scripture, Rodriguez reminds readers of the true nature of a lasting relationship with God. With the guidance from “A Call to Return,” readers will tae the first step on the path towards reconciliation and a deeper relationship with the Lord.
“I pray that the revelation of the Lord Jesus found in these pages sparks a zeal in the hearts of readers that burns until His return and throughout eternity. May readers be strengthened in Him powerfully for His glory and kingdom,” Rodriguez said.
For more information, visit call2return.com or apropheticcall.com
“A Call to Return”
By: Dan Alan Rodriguez
Available in softcover ($19.95), hardcover ($35.95), e-book ($3.99)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow Press
About the author
Dan Alan Rodriguez was a pastor for 17 years, and the owner of businesses on the Virgin Islands. He is an author, preacher and a teacher with a BA in religious studies from the Union Institute, concentrating on first-century Judaism and Christianity. Dan lives with his wife Christine and their triplet sons in Central Florida.
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