FRANKLIN, N.C., July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- He follows this disturbing question with, "Many Christians secretly ask themselves this question. Do you? There is no shame in wondering about your salvation, whether you will spend an eternity with Jesus, or whether you are damned."
Pastor Scott wrote this book to encourage any Christian who reads it to follow the Gospels and to become more Christ-like in everything they do. Salvation is an often misunderstood gift from Jesus Christ. His heart bleeds for those millions of Christians who don't know or don't realize the Gospel truths about salvation. They go through life living in ignorance and sin, without repentance, and are unable to experience a true relationship with our Lord. They are going to Hell unless they are born again as a truly new person and live a life totally in line with the teachings of Jesus.
"Walking With Jesus: How You Can Be An Authentic Christian" was published on Amazon.com on July 6th, 2014. Reviews of the book have been overwhelmingly positive.
Jesse Bradley, pastor of California's Sebastopol Community Church wrote, "Scott is very earnest and zealous. Sounding like a prophet, he jumps into controversial topics with a unique personal perspective. His dedication humbles me."
Pastor Scott has also begun a crowdfunding campaign to help him raise funds to market the book. The project, featured on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo.com, is hoping to raise $3,000 to advertise and market the book. The project offers a wide range of perks to donors of $10.00 to $1,000.00.
Amazon Book Page: Walking With Jesus
Indiegogo.com Project Page: http://bit.ly/1l4WZqc
About Scott Shannon: Scott Shannon is the senior pastor for the Worldwide Christian Ministry association, an Internet ministry serving Christians around the world. For the past fourteen months, the church has been conducting a weekly neighborhood food drive for the poor families nearby. Scott has worked as a volunteer pastor for the past twenty-eight years in jails, prisons, nursing homes, homeless shelters, food pantries, and in churches in the United States, Europe, and Asia
Contact Scott Shannon at 828-524-0175 or by email.
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