Let the Bible Speak for Itself addresses common questions
Where do we find answers to the great question we all have about life and faith? Do you ever find yourself asking questions such as these: Where do we find truth? What is faith? Is my life significant? Why bother with church? Why is there so much evil in the world? Will I make it to heaven?
David Eshleman has wrestled with these questions, and he addresses them in his new book, Let the Bible Speak for Itself, 101 Essays on Questions We All Ask, published by ChurchSmart Resources. With the heart of a pastor, he guides the reader into a meaningful understanding and relationship with the God who gives us life.
David has served as pastor in several Ohio Conference churches during 25 of his 50 years in pastoral ministry. In recent years he has served as a church consultant with Lancaster Mennonite Conference to more than 70 congregations. He is presently assisting his son in pastoring LifeBridge Community Church in Dover. He is the author of numerous books, including Share the Irresistible Story of Jesus, published by ChurchSmart Resources and Now Go Forward, Reaching Out to Grow Your Congregation, published by Herald Press. He and his wife, Helen, ministered via shortwave radio with a daily dialogue program, “Making Disciples” through World Harvest Radio.
To order a copy for your church library or for group study, contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-364-8239.