In His New Book 'Organic Christianity' Best-Selling Tulsa Based Author Ron McIntosh Challenges the Status Quo Religious World to Rethink Christianity

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In Ron McIntosh's fourth book 'Organic Christianity,' he strips away the candy coating of traditional religion and serves up the natural essence of the Gospel at http://rmmimpact.com/ The unadulterated truths presented have been compared to the depth of Joseph Prince's http://www.josephprince.org/ profound insights and the close-to-home intensity of Francis Chan’s Crazy Love.

Author Ron McIntosh, Tulsa, OK in his 4th book 'Organic Christianity'

Author Ron McIntosh, Tulsa, OK in his 4th book 'Organic Christianity'

Our lives should be, louder than words. The key is to live out loud! The real, organic gospel is not about correct theological dialogue, but about the kingdom of God erupting in our lives.

Filled with generous portions of easy-to-digest concepts and proven strategies to rediscover Christianity’s basics, each chapter concludes with thoughts and questions designed to engage readers and stimulate real-life responses. All of the fascinating statistics and modern-day examples have been thoroughly researched citing credible sources throughout.

Based on the simple equation that Jesus + Nothing = Everything, the author knowledgeably crafts a message that clearly reveals how believers must see the organic meaning of grace, love, righteousness, and faith, which will move them into the ultimate, natural, manifestation of God’s Kingdom.

The readers’ perspective of Christianity will be profoundly impacted through personal, supernatural revelations and stories shared throughout. Tackling issues such as Spiritual Schizophrenia to examining the five aspects of a person’s personal belief system, every page is thought-provoking and motivating.

“Organic Christianity is more about renewing your mind to who you already are, than trying to become who you aren’t,” writes the author. He expounds on this crucial element of identity with great expertise.

Ron McIntosh has a successful ministry and is president of IMPACT, a leadership and coaching ministry dedicated to helping people reach their full potential and productivity level. He travels worldwide sharing his approaches to leading a successful spiritual, economic, and physical life. You can follow Ron on Social Media: Twitter, Facebook and YouTube from his Website.

Destiny Image Publishers provides a platform of national and international ministry for New York Times and USA Today best-selling authors, including T.D. Jakes, Tommy Tenney, and Myles Munroe.

Virtually, everyone knows the phrase: “Actions speak louder than…words.” The basic idea behind this clause is that actions speak louder than words as a determinant of behavior and character. People can say anything, but when what they say is contrary to what they do, it is easier to judge what they believe by what is done, rather than what is said. Our lives should be, louder than words. The key is to live out loud! The real, organic gospel is not about correct theological dialogue, but about the kingdom of God erupting in our lives. It’s about getting what we say we believe to manifest. It is living out loud!

The life of the Gospel was made to be extraordinary. Extraordinary living surpasses the norm. It breaks away from the status quo. It is a life that is exceptional, remarkable, amazing, unimaginable…well, abundant. Isn’t this what the world discovered about the early Christian believers? This is the revelation of the Book of Acts. Acts 4:12 records it like this, “Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which they must be saved. When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized they were unschooled and ordinary men, they were astonished and took note that they had been with Jesus. But since they could see the man healed standing with them, there was nothing they could say.” They were living out loud and everybody noticed!

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