Pastor, Xulon Press Author Releases Book of Stories on His Journey to Starting a Black Church in a White Community

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Rather than “Black Lives Matter”, the author says, “Eternal life matters.”

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Love never fails

Within the pages of Pastor Dwayne Richardson’s new book, Now Listen To This Too ($14.49, paperback, 9781545652305; $6.99, ebook, 9781545652312), readers will find a duology of amazing true stories of how God used and equipped an African-American pastor to start a church in a white community.

At a time when there is racial unrest in the country regarding the Black Lives Matter movement, Pastor Dwayne’s response is “eternal life matters.”

“Love never fails,” says Richardson.

Pastor Dwayne Richardson preaches at the House of Love Ministries in Paulding, Ohio. Pastor Dwayne does not “hole up” in his study and keep to himself. He sells barbecue out of the church parking lot, invites people to visit with him on his patio furniture, and yells greetings across the street. He might even cross the road for a friendly chat, lifting up his neighbors in Christ. At House of Love services, people wave their hands in the air to glorify God when they sing, and they weep from their own pain during the message.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date, Now Listen To This Too is available online through,, and

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