What is True Conversion? (Basics Of The Reformed Faith Series (Now Botf))
- Publisher Clearly explains the roles of the Father, the Son, and the Spirit in conversion. For the unconverted, and those seeking assurance.
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About "What is True Conversion? (Basics Of The Reformed Faith Series (Now Botf))"
With his personal and warm style, Stephen Smallman clearly explains the roles of the Father, the Son, and the Spirit in conversion. For many people who have been converted to Christ, they are "profoundly aware" that something spiritual has happened, but just what that "something" is, is still unclear. Whether you are a new convert or have been a believing Christian for some time, this booklet will be a help to bring you to a place of trusting yourself into the care of the Savior.
Clearly explains the roles of the Father, the Son, and the Spirit in conversion. For the unconverted, and those seeking assurance.
Meet the Author
Rev. Stephen Smallman has worked in pastoral ministry since 1966. In 1965 he joined a Presbyterian church that is now part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). He attended Covenant Theological Seminary, graduating with an M.Div. in 1967. While at Covenant, Steve began his pastoral ministry, a ministry that has placed him in several different settings:
He served as Pastor of McLean Presbyterian Church, in a suburb of Washington DC, from 1967-1996. During his 30 years there the congregation grew from 60 to 1200 members and helped to start 6 other congregations.
He returned to the pastorate and served in an urban setting as Pastor of New Life Northeast in Philadelphia from 2001-2005.
He currently serves with CityNet Ministries of Philadelphia, a dynamic ministry of church planting, pastoral training and mercy ministry. His particular role with CityNet is instructor and curriculum developer with for their leadership training program.
He is the author of The Walk: Steps for New and Renewed Followers of Jesus; How Our Children Come to Faith; What is True Conversion?;What Is a Reformed Church? and SPIRITUAL BIRTHLINE:Understanding How We Experience the New Birth.
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