What happens on Sunday morning is only a glimpse into the life of a pastor. As spiritual leader and confidant, newly appointed Pastor Timothy Wells must overcome his insecurities to keep Gethsemane Community Church from folding. With a jealous associate pastor and his conniving wife waiting in the wings, Timothy must also counsel some of his members through their darkest hour. He will have to rely heavily on his faith if he is to rebuild his Father's House.
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Book title: "My Father's House" by Dijorn Moss Review title: Compromising Christians. On page 96 this quote is powerful, "We realize that life is a chess game, and that there are an infinite number of possibilities. But no matter what choices we make in life, the end result is we either win or we lose. The key is whose strategy are you going to follow? The devil's, which appears to be the path to victory, but ultimately leads to defeat? Or God's, which may not seem like the best strategy, but it always guarantees victory?" Then on page 110 the author offers an epiphany. This novel reveals how a Christian's compromising behavior has an impact on him or her and the people in his or her circle of influence. Many dark and dangerous secrets are exposed in this work of fiction. Also, there are many twists and turns, and drama and suspense to maintain the reader's attention. "My Father's House" is worthwhile reading to assist with avoiding sin and its many varied negative consequences.
My Father's House is an excellent read. Dijorn Moss has done a wonderful job of capturing the humanity of church folks and the struggles of those trying to find God and their purpose in life. Mr. Moss challenges the reader to evaluate ones motive for serving God and test ones love level for individuals who are different.