“You’ll never see me in a church again!” This sentiment comes from being wounded and hurt in church. Once, church was fulfilling and exciting, inviting you to get involved, build friendships, and participate in something meaningful. Then, slowly, it begins to happen. Things were not quite as you first perceived them, and as you got closer to others, relationships began to go sour. But relationships are very important to God. They are a priority to him. This book is all about building loving and meaningful relationships.
The greatest deficiency of the modern-day church is that little or nothing is understood about the ultimate and most important purpose of God and what it really means to love one another. Learning how to truly love has the potential to change the course of modern history. The “forgotten commandments” that you hold in your hand are like a modern word of prophesy for every believer in Christ.
Don’t let this opportunity slip away from you. Take this book, read it, and apply it in your life; you’ll know just how important the message is for our generation. Now you can begin the journey of your life to join many others in fulfilling the Great Commandment. Are you willing?
With the Logos edition of The Forgotten Commandment, you have an abundance of resources that offer applicable and insightful material for study. You can easily search for the topics of relationships or integrity, then get resources and perspectives from a variety of pastors and theologians.
Dr. Paul Evans blends spirituality and psychology in training and practice. He holds a DMin from Florida Baptist College and an MDiv Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a PhD in psychology from the Commonwealth Open University, and he has pastored churches in Florida and Texas since 1978. He is a licensed Christian marriage and family therapist and a certified pastoral addictions counselor.
Dr. Evans is the founder of the Grace Christian Fellowship movement, which he serves as apostle. He is currently the senior pastor of Grace Christian Fellowship of Brevard in Melbourne, Florida. He is also the director of outreach services for the Community Behavioral Health Center in Brevard County, a position that he has held for over 20 years.