I began my life until the age of 30 believing that I was within God’s good grace,” Pippin said. “Once my beliefs changed in regards to this, I felt called to bring attention to its deception.
NASHVILLE (PRWEB) November 03, 2015
For the majority of his life, Stephen Pippin was dedicated to his hip-hop career until his personal life became much like his stage name: Kaotik.
His tumultuous world hit rock bottom following a suicide attempt. It was then that the artist with a history of substance abuse and alcohol addiction knew it was time to make a change.
Pippin, writer of “Once Saved, Always Saved”, is a former agnostic who proceeded to dedicate his life to serving God and became an ordained minister. Pippin’s book deals with his personal struggles as well as well as the question if heaven is guaranteed for all mankind.
In his book, he preaches that not everyone is secure with Jesus by just having a belief in God. Since his transgressions have outweighed the positive impact of finding faith, Pippin uses his own life as an example of this belief. He believes this is the case for everyone who has struggled with sin, not just himself.
“I began my life until the age of 30 believing that I was within God’s good grace,” Pippin said. “Once my beliefs changed in regards to this, I felt called to bring attention to its deception.”
Not all readers may agree with Pippin’s outlook on eternal security, but will still enjoy learning more about his personal life and message.
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“Once Saved, Always Saved: Satan’s Greatest Trick”
By Stephen Pippin
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and http://www.westbowpress.com
About the author
Stephen Pippin is a former hip-hop artist who is now an ordained Southern Baptist preacher. He resides in Tennessee.