MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 04, 2018
“Letters from the Porch”: an inspiring commentary on the condition of the modern church. “Letters from the Porch” is the creation of published author Clay Ollam, a devoted student of the Word and active church member for over three decades, in his lifetime having witnessed the collapse of two churches and the devastating effects on their congregations.
Ollam writes, “I am writing to you, dear ones, to warn you that it’s time to return to our First Love. My how we have drifted away from our beautiful savior and slipped into a shadow of what we were always meant to be. Can you hear Him clearly, or see Him and know that it is Him, dear ones? Do you know when He is speaking to you or showing you something and can you discern between Him and the angel of light? Or are you blind and deaf, finding it difficult to discern when He is communicating to you and unsure if you’re doing the right thing with your life or not?
Has it occurred to you, dear ones, that your experience with Him has become more of a guessing game, or that your confidence has been placed more in man and what he says versus knowing the Lord for yourselves and having a real peace about how your life is going because you’re pleasing Him? I would like to believe otherwise, and I’m sure you would as well, but perhaps it’s time to admit that we don’t know Him anymore and He wants us to return to Him.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Clay Ollam’s new book is a striking reminder that to “fix” the church, the Bride of Christ, each believer must in their hearts return to God.
With hard-won wisdom of the years and a deep knowledge of scripture, Ollam astutely presents the remedy as revealed to him by the Spirit.
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Consumers can purchase “Letters from the Porch” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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