ATKINSON, N.C. (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
With “Going Fishing” McLean looks back at a formative moment in his spiritual development: he looks back at a moment of great change in his life. After having a profound dream which left him with a deep, burning conviction that God was trying to tell him something, McLean was left with a clear idea of his purpose: God had given him the gift, and shown him the secrets, of witnessing to the lost.
An excerpt from “Going Fishing”:
“While at work, Mike asks Tim where do you go to church?
Tim replies, I don’t go to church, but I do believe in God. I just haven’t committed my life to him.
Mike says, I don’t know why, but I thought you were a Christian because you are always helping people, you’ve got a good heart and you’re really a nice person.
There’s one thing you lacking, you need to know Jesus.”
While McLean wants to encourage readers to spread Christianity to others, he also hopes the book has a more universal effect on readers. “We are living in a society with so much turmoil,” he explains. “This book will encourage the reader to show love and compassion toward others.”
About the Author
Frederick D. McLean is the pastor of Lees Chapel Missionary Baptist Church of Maple Hill, N.C. He has served in many capacities in the church, including deacon ministry and Sunday school teacher. Mclean and his wife, Sherry, have been married for 34 years. They reside in Atkinson, N.C. and are the parents of two married sons and the grandparents of four grandchildren. Together, McLean and Sherry have been the owners and operators of a family-oriented business, Freddie’s Combine & Tractor, for the past 25 years. McLean holds an applied science degree from Southeastern Community College.
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