Forgive Forget Fruitful
FORGIVE FORGET FRUITFUL: Turning Offences and Tragedies into Divine Opportunities The reality of life is that we all go through difficult times that we didn't ask for or even imagine would ever happen to us. We can choose to be...
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FORGIVE FORGET FRUITFUL: Turning Offences and Tragedies into Divine Opportunities The reality of life is that we all go through difficult times that we didn't ask for or even imagine would ever happen to us. We can choose to be either a victim or an over-comer. Combining Biblical truth, life experience and personal research, the author outlines a necessary process of moving through those negative experiences to a place of freedom where we recapture the purpose God always intended. Taken from the Foreword by Pastor Wayne Alcorn - Australian Christian Churches. What some are saying about this book... Rev. Robert Lim, Founding Pastor Evangel Family Church, Singapore; former Assistant Superintendent of Assemblies of God Singapore: "This book is a must read for everyone especially Christians. Hurts inflicted by others or brought on by ourselves will render us fruitless & a fruitless life is useless. Please read & be FREE!" Rev. Dr. Lex Akers, Senior Pastor, Hills Wesleyan Church; District Superintendent, NSW District of the WMC: "I wish I could say there is no need for this book in the church, I cannot... Rev. John Lewis does not scout around the issue, but carefully presets the Scriptural basis for forgiveness and the profound fruitfulness that can result. I encourage everyone to read this book..." James Condon, Commissioner, Territorial Commander, The Salvation Army - Australia Eastern Territory: "This is a must read book for those who have been hurt and offended and those who reach out to them, as well as those of us who may have caused the hurt or offence."
John P. Lewis (Ph.D., University of New England) has served as a pastor, teacher, and writer for over ten years and has taught theology and church history at a number of theological colleges. He has authored Karl Barth in North America: The Influence of Karl Barth in the Making of a New North American Evangelicalism.