En Punto is not just a book, it is a conduit to a "way of life." It is a teaching text that moves the readeer from the secularism of the day to a place near the walk of the early church. Beginning with the Preface, written by Missionary Russell M. Stendal, to the Addendums where Ex-Nun, Ann Hall, testifies about her En Punto walk, this book draws the reader into a commitment that is life changing. Instead of the "haphazard" circumstance-driven life, there arises the awareness of how to live in the "exact" will of God, how to interpret life from a different view. En Punto challenges the reader to a new level of purity and power. Its studies include personal adventures using En Punto principles, as well as Biblical studies from both Old and New Testaments. Inside its main flow there is a special review of the tribe of Benjamin and how their history served as a model of moral relativism, and how they changed to strong determinism in God. From Chapter One's visit to India all the way to Chapter Eleven's "The Place called There," flows a continuum moving the reader toward their own global positioning.
En Punto has been the source book for world Bible Studies, the subject of metia interviews and a "must read" text for dynamic Christian living.
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About the Author
As Professor, he has taught a range of subjects including Philosophy. Although credentialed in Behavioral Science, he has also utilized his theological training by teaching Biblical studies. He has been published in Reflessi, the International Journal for Counseling; Church Administration, Family Life, Southwestern Sociological Association Journal and the American Journal of Sociology. He has lectured both in the U.S. and abroad and chaired several organizations of behavioral science.
As Minister, he has served twenty-eight years as pastor, alongside teaching and other duties. Ministering in 53 countries, both in education and religion, his range of duties extended from establishing missions in countries to advising and assisting multiple missionary enterprises. His works reflect many of his experiences in these fields of service.
As Author, he is credited with eight books, which are detailed in this volume, plus has been involved in several editing and advising capacities with other religious writers. Due to the popularity of his work, he has been privileged to maintain speaking tours both in the U.S. and abroad.
As President of OEA International, a nonprofit missionary organization, he has continued his involvement with several worthwhile evangelistic endeavors, including the building of church buildings in Southeast Asia and Central and South America.
As Publisher, Dr. Oliver is the CEO of Zadok Publications, a division of OEA International. The publication of books in English, Spanish and German for religious markets has now grown to 23 foreign countries besides all of South America, the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Oliver's books have been featured in Pastor's Conferences worldwide and Zadok Publications' materials are readily accessible through many ministries and bookstores or can be obtained through its website: www.zadokpublications.com.
Dr. Oliver resides in The Woodlands, Texas, with his wife, Betty A. Oliver. Mrs. Oliver is a retired career teacher and professor of English. She is CFO of Zadok Publications and also operations director. Visit her website as a resident artist at www.thewatercolorstudio.com.