- 198 pages
- Black & White
- 5.0 x 8.0 inches
- eBook (epub, mobi, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-3562-8 eBook
- 978-1-5255-3561-1 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-3560-4 Hardcover
- Religion, Biblical Studies
- Religion, Christian Church, Growth
- Religion, Christianity, Seventh-Day Adventist
Christian family history, Trinidad and Tobago Christian family history, Trinidad and Tobago Church of God, Christian salvation, Christianity and the Holy Spirit, Born again Christians, Small town Caribbean life
The Salvation of Miss Enid and the Bad Man Brigo
This book is about spiritual transformation: it tells the story of the salvation experiences of its main characters: Miss Enid and the bad man Brigo - a compelling argument for the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to transform lives for the better. Though having a religious flavour, it is not a book about religious affiliation or the importance of religion in society. Rather, its focus is on how the gospel of Jesus Christ can transform one's life by the renewing of the mind through the conviction of the Holy Spirit, thus making truth and love, as personified in the life of Jesus Christ, the catalysts for the creation of a better person, a better society and a better world.
This book is about the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to transform lives for the better. It documents the life's journey of two individuals whose lifestyles were diametrically opposed to each other - the one, a woman who was highly regarded in her community for her contributions to community life; the other, a man who was designated as a bad man and someone to be feared. Both came under the influence of the gospel of Jesus Christ about the same time and a remarkable change came over them. The book also documents and features the redemptive principles of the gospel, and how anyone who seeks truth as personified in Jesus Christ can become an agent for spiritual change.
Dennis Marshall is a retired school administrator and pastor. He served as a teacher and vice-principal for the Toronto District School Board; he served as a pastor and Superintendent of Education with the Ontario Conference of Seventh-day Adventist, and as Director of Education and General Vice-President for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada. Dennis has an insatiable desire for learning, having earned degrees in education (B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Ed. D.), business (MBA), and theology (MTS). Dennis is married to Juanita, has two lovely grown children: Andy and Abigail (Abi), and two grandchildren: Keon and Ksana. In retirement, Dennis spends his time in reading, writing and pastoral counselling.
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