Have you ever secretly wished you could communicate with the various authors of the Bible? A few years ago I took our church fellowship on a journey through the life-changing book we know as "Ephesians." The expedition took almost an entire year. After the journey ended I realized there were many thoughts I wished I had been able to communicate to the author, the Apostle Paul. From that was born "Ephesians - A Way Less Traveled." Each chapter is one of my messages I presented to our fellowship, turned into personal letters written "back" to Paul, in reply to his awe-inspiring letter to "me." If you've never taken an in-depth journey through "Ephesians," I trust this book will open the eyes of your heart to Jesus and your walk with Him, in new and wonderful ways. If you've spent a life-time studying the incredible depths of Ephesians, I trust this book will open new and fresh paths of thinking - new paths regarding your relationship with Jesus, and your relationship with others as you live, love, and have your life firmly centered in the giver of life - Jesus! As Paul paints his picture of "life", it truly is "A Way Less Traveled."
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About the Author
Pastor Dennis has been in full-time Christian ministry for almost 40 years. He served as a minister of music for almost 20 years and as a senior pastor for almost 20 years, both in the US and in Ireland. His life has been guided with a desire for reaching the lost to offer them life, hope, and joy found only in Jesus. He and his wife, Marlene, have the two most wonderful children, one amazing daughter-in-law, and the two most incredible grand-children this world has ever seen. (Bias, I'm sure.) It has been Dennis' life goal to help others grow in their walk with Christ and to help them understand - it's not about us, it's about serving Christ and blessing others. His first book, "The Scent of God - A Pastor and Amateur Gardner's Look at Raising Roses and Changing Lives" delves into his and his wife's two deepest passions, gardening (specifically roses) and touching the lives of others with the hope of Christ.