This book presents a good picture of what the true Christian’s walk should be, regardless of church denomination.
GRAMBLING, La. (PRWEB) April 05, 2013
In his new book “Black Christian Men: Answering the Call to A Life of Righteousness and Service” (published by WestBow Press) author Leon Whittaker urges readers to embrace their spiritual growth and make intentional efforts to become all they need to be as they follow Jesus Christ.
“Black Christian Men” promotes five focal points: accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; answering the call to a life of righteousness; seeking and receiving the power of the Holy Spirit; developing a consistent and persistent prayer life; and being always ready and willing to provide services for others.
An excerpt from “Black Christian Men”:
“This book extends a challenging call for all of us, who claim to be followers of Jesus Christ, to grow in our relationship with Him. The title suggests that this is a special call to Black Christian men, who should be the strength and guardian for the black family, church and community. It addresses, in an abbreviated way, some of the many problems or conditions that seem to negatively affect many of our black children, youth and young adults. It is hoped that the real answer to our conditions will be recognized, and sought out. This message encourages Christians to cultivate a more sincere and effective daily walk with Christ, regardless of race or gender.”
“Christians should have the desire to receive a clearer revelation of who they are in Christ,” Whittaker says. “This book presents a good picture of what the true Christian’s walk should be, regardless of church denomination.”
“Black Christian Men”
By Leon Whittaker
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 60 pages | ISBN 9781449705596
E-Book | 60 pages | ISBN 9781449705602
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dr. Leon Whittaker was born in Bossier Parish, La. He holds a doctorate with emphasis in counseling and psychology. He has served as counselor, professor and vice president for student affairs at Grambling State University. He has also served as a pastor in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and director of Grambling Christian Center. Whittaker and his wife, Clarice, have ministered at a detention center for 20 years. They are the parents of four and have three grandchildren.
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