New book trains readers in ‘The Pattern of Paul’

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David Fortner exhibits passion for ‘winning souls’ through new book on furthering ministry of grace

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“I found the solution to the failure of churches and have a passion to help all who will listen to reproduce the pattern of Paul,” author David Fortner says.

The pattern of Paul is the process by which the disciple Paul taught God’s good message of grace. In his new book, “The Pattern of Paul: The Gospel of Grace” (published by WestBow Press), Fortner simplifies the process so Christ’s believers can duplicate the work of the ministry and reach others with Christ’s message of grace.

“Any believer should desire to know more about the grace of God,” Fortner says, “and all believers should want to know how to share this grace with others.”

“The Pattern of Paul” shows readers what Fortner has learned through 40 years of developing believers in the work of the ministry – training leaders to become leaders of leaders, developing house churches through home Bible studies and training pastors to develop churches. The purpose of Fortner’s life is to reproduce the pattern of Paul, to the glory of God.

“The Pattern of Paul”
By David Fortner
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 284 pages | ISBN 9781490857671
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 284 pages | ISBN 9781490857657
E-Book | 284 pages | ISBN 9781490857664
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
David Fortner is dean of Saint Louis Theological Seminary at Houston, Texas, and Wilmington, North Carolina. He was a missionary to France and Spain, and he rebuilt churches in Jackson, Tennessee, and Dickenson, Texas. He has more than 100 Bible studies and 10 books. He teaches, develops courses and trains believers in the pattern of Paul. He provides lessons for pastors, families and anyone who wants to learn and teach grace.

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