Christian Living for `Dummies` 101 - JG Langston - Releases, `Okay, I`m Saved, Now What`
Released on: December 12, 2007, 12:50 pm
Press Release Author: Pastor James Langston / Pilgrim Outreach Ministries
Industry: Non Profit
Press Release Summary: A "handbook" of instructions for living a healthy and happy Christian life. When the "How to Live a Christian life" is explained, (Jesus is the Way, The Cross is the means), this opens doors for us of infinite promises and blessings from the Lord.
Press Release Body: Since first writing GrandMamma's Prayers more than five years ago, Pastor JG Langston has learned much about practical "Christian Living." "It seems there are so many pieces to the puzzle of Christian living, that many Christians find it easier and simpler to try and fit in, rather than risk being labeled different," Langston said.
"A simple conversation with a friend opened my eyes to the confusion many Christians are facing regarding the fundamental concepts of Christianity," says Langston. "Although I've dealt with this in my teaching, preaching and advice to others, I had yet to do so in the printed media. Yet, this pattern of wondering so concerned me that I felt compelled to write what I term, "The Introductory Handbook to Practical Christian Living."
In his book, Langston not only addresses the areas of, "Prayer," "Bible Study," "Church Attendance," "Alcohol, Is Moderation Okay?" and "What is Adultery, What is Fornication?" but other areas that have seemingly caused many Christians to run aground or be stuck in.
When Langston penned his first book, he was serving as a commissioned officer in the navy and just learning how to write professionally. He has since dialoged more extensively with editors and established authors to learn how to better construct a story and develop a dialogue that is more natural. He also consulted with other friends and pastors in Italy to give a sanity check to his latest book.
"I've grown as a writer and a person since the first drafting of GrandMamma's Prayers. This has definitely "flavored" and "matured" my writing style. You can never learn too much when it comes down to your craft. You can only better yourself with further education and perseverance," Langston said.
In addition to Okay, I'm Saved, Now What? Langston is the author of:
GrandMamma's Prayers, 2002, 2004 (first revision) The Building of a Church, 2005 Out of the Ashes, 2006
For more information go to JG Langston's website at www.lulu.com/james_langston