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Messages from the Small Country Church

Messages from the Small Country Church

Readings, Sermons, Observations, and an Invitation to More Than Just Donuts!

by Rev. Dr. C. Joseph Fifer

About The Book

In this day and age of “bigger is better,” even our churches are starting to follow suit. The alarming trend that is occurring now in America is the assumption that if a group is big, it must be right; if a church is bigger than others, it must be (therefore) even “more” right.

This assumption isn't correct! This nation was built and has become what it is today (or at least what it was) one small church at a time.

Many of those small churches are still with us, right where they were first necessary - still necessary today. They are occupied by Christians who meet every first day of the week and many days in between, gathering to give the first of their week to worship He who is to be first in Spirit and in Truth and then continue through the week to support one another in blessing and grace.

Details
Language English
ISBN (Paperback)
978-1-64908-532-0 (E-BOOK)
Genre Religion/Spirituality/New Age
Specifications
Pages 192
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

About The Author

The Reverend Doctor C. Joseph Fifer holds degrees in Theology, Ethics, and Divinity. He is an Ordained Minister of the Christian Faith and is the called Pastor to a small country church now in rural Alabama that is similar to thousands of small churches throughout America still today. Like many of the pastors of those churches, he has spent a lifetime and more than one career gathering true life lessons to bring a real-life understanding to the pulpit. His expository preaching through these lessons makes them worth exploring and experiencing.

With a sense of duty and a call to serve, Pastor Joe began in the enlisted ranks of the United States Marine Corps, became a police officer in South Florida where he and his wife raised their family while he commanded a major narcotics unit among other duties and then retired in order to “serve” the higher calling that the Lord has always had upon him but now in a far more personal, and intimate way. Raised Roman Catholic, reformed Lutheran, “re-reformed” Evangelical Lutheran, and formally trained in the Lutheran, Wesleyan, and then Evangelical traditions, his claim is now “Christian” and call is to Christ.

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