A good solid biblical exposition of third John. Dr. Collins takes the problems in the church in the apostle John's day and compares it with trouble in our churches today. A great commentary for a series in Sunday school. Preachers also will find it helpful. Questions are answered such as: Why does Satan attack the church so strongly? Who causes trouble in the church and why? Most helpful is the section that explains what a Christians should do when their leadership in their church goes wrong. Though the book is small it is filled with powerful insight into the church problems we face every day. After 65 Years in the Ministry Dr. Collins knows what he is writing about. You can find more good material at www.sermonandsongministries.org
|Publisher:||J Bennett Collins|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Evangelist Collins was saved at the age of seven in Fayetteville, North Carolina, while kneeling between his mother and brother at family prayer. He was called to preach at the age of fifteen and at seventeen began a full-time ministry. He attended Greenville Bible Institute and took special courses at Bob Jones University. He received a Doctor of Divinity degree from Indiana Baptist College. He has twelve years experience as a pastor and fifty-two years experience as an evangelist. He married Helen Sherrill from Statesville, North Carolina, and they have one child Bill Collins. Bill has two children and five grandchildren. One of Dr. Collins’ grandsons, Brian Collins, is a missionary in Singapore. Along with his evangelistic ministry, Dr. Collins is Director of Sermon and Song, Inc, a radio ministry of forty-six years which is heard on more than fifty stations including the Fundamental Broadcasting Network. He has a website: www.sermonandsongministries.org. Evangelist Collins’ main desire in life is to preach the gospel and see others come to know his Savior. His books are simply written and true to the Bible. This is his latest book and you will find it to be both interesting and challenging.