Christian crooks have existed since the beginning of the Christian faith. The book, Christian Crooks, occurs in a village where the Church of the All Righteous is the focus. As a first hand account of the tumultuous waters existing in the Church of the All Righteous, the book details village leaders playing spiritual chess with their roles and responsibilities, tithes and offerings, plus the spiritual growth and development of the villagers. Through a display of misguided morals, values, and ethical beliefs, this twenty-first century church epitomizes the early church at Corinth. Christian Crooks tells of a leadership style benignly perpetuating corruption swirling from person to person and generation to generation. Each chapter offers heart changing biblical principles, guidelines, and thought provoking questions designed to expose the actions of the affected church, the village-at-large, and ultimately provokes a paradigm shift for many of the characters.
Number Of Pages: 296
Published: 12th April 2007
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.44