(PRWEB) November 04, 2016
“Building a Kingdom Culture”: a sensitive and clear explanation of how to implement the tools needed to frame healthy living starting with the individual and spreading out from there.
“Building a Kingdom Culture” is the creation of published author, Pastor Jonathan Sansom, Senior Pastor of Gateway City Church. He has served in ministry for over 20 years. He is the oldest of nine children, and son of Charles and Lynne Sansom Jr. As a third-generation pastor, he has grown to love and value the local church as the sole proprietor of God’s plan for kingdom expansion in the earth. Before his birth God spoke to his father and told him that he would have a son and to name him Jonathan David. Though there was a divine call upon Jonathan, in his early teen years, there was attempt to run from the ensuing call. But by God’s grace and mercy, at age 14, he embraced Christ through a Divine visitation. He now serves the body of Christ with a focus of adequately equipping the saints by the teaching, training and correction of the Word. He is compelled by a love for the church to see it once again gain its intended position in the earth as the government of God’s kingdom. Through prophetic encounters and revelatory insights by the Holy Spirit, God has anointed this man to be an oracle of truth to the local church and believer in the present age.
Jonathan believes that “In this book, ... (I) will provide insight as to how you define the culture you live under and then equip you with the tools to change your culture beginning with your own life and then that of your home, city, and country."
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Pastor Jonathan Sansom’s new book explains the importance of grace in all things to build a society built on peace and love.
Culture defines the essence of any society in behavior, beliefs, and character whether it is a nation, a city, or a home. Culture exists according to the general mindset of a people but it can take only one person to ultimately change the culture of any nation if they are willing to pay the price.
Pastor Sansom concludes, “When we consider the present culture of our nation, we see its reflection in our communities, our homes, and even in our lives resulting in such chaos, misery, and dysfunction.”
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Consumers can purchase“Building a Kingdom Culture” at traditional brick and mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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