(PRWEB) May 17, 2013
“Unlike so many we do not peddle the word of God for profit,” 2 Corinthians 2:17.
Thuso Kewana is a former educator, business manager and motivational speaker determined to bring awareness of the commercialization and unbiblical practices of churches today. Shedding light on these issues for Christians and non-believers alike, Kewana writes, “Where Are We Heading To?”
Focusing on the fundamentals of the Christian faith and encouraging dialogue within the church, Kewana challenges Christians to stop absorbing what is fed to them by church leaders without reason.
“My book will make you see the true light of the Gospel as it is written in the Bible,” Kewana says. “Every single page in this book focuses NOT on condemning people but on systems being applied in churches by some Pastors.”
“Where Are We Heading To?” centers on the argument that true faith is not dependent on material possessions or personal wealth, but instead on following the Gospel in the Bible.
By focusing on the following messages - the word of God is not for profit, all human beings are created by God and are subjected to God, and it is only through the guidance of the Holy Spirit that a full understanding of the true Gospel of Christ is achieved - Kewana reminds us what true faith is all about.
“God’s love for us does not depend on how much money we give to the church,” Kewana says. “Whether you give a dollar or one million dollars, His love will be the same.”
“Where Are We Heading To?” by Thuso Kewana
Available at http://www.21centurybelievers.com, amazon.com, bookstore.authorhouse.com
About the author
Thuso Kewana has credentials in education, business management, ministry and motivational speaking. Kewana’s extensive career includes speaking to newlyweds about the importance of family values, production manager at CoCa Cola S.A., technical director at Mushroom Biomedicals in Western Cape, C.E.O of Prochorus Community Development, Provincial Manager for Foundation for Professional Development ( F.P.D ), and chairman of Connet Network, an organization consisting of 42 Non Governmental Organizations focused on mother and child activities. Kewana considers himself first and foremost a family man, residing in Polokwane, South Africa with his family.