Macon, GA (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
Author David Savage would like to express his view of the world and church today through his new publication What is God’s Will for an Eighty-Plus-Year-Old Preacher? an inspiring memoir that chronicles his life as a preacher. In this book, he tells his personal journey with the Lord and the people of all kinds who have molded him into who he is today.
Born in Selma, Alabama on 1932, Savage experienced discrimination, bigotry, hunger and despair. His life is a blend of struggles and triumph and his journey is a bumpy road of discovery and wonder that helped him segregate what matters most in life. He narrates how he endured the blessings of being a pastor while having to cope with leading people who want to go their own way. His admirable resilience to withstand the trials he went through shows in the way he deals with his failures and defeat.
He speaks glowingly of some members of the church congregation that he had been a part of, highlighting those people who believed and stood by him in times when he needed it the most. He shares his story and how he made it this far successfully through the grace of God. This book is both a memoir and a guide for those who want to be a pastor . The author hopes that they can learn from his mistakes and do better for the glory of the Lord.
Brimming with honesty and insight, What is God’s Will for an Eighty-Plus-Year-Old Preacher? will inspire readers to fight off temptation, strengthen their faith in the Almighty God, and gain knowledge and understanding about the realities of life.
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About the Author
Author David Savage grew up in a family of four. “What is God’s Will for an Eighty-Plus-Year-Old Preacher?” is his first published book which he dedicates to his two brothers, Benjamin and Willie and his sister Elizabeth.
What is God’s Will for an Eighty-Plus-Year-Old Preacher? * by David Savage
Publication Date: August 5, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 60 pages; 978-1-4836-7534-3
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