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Shawna Burns, Counselor, Releases Debut Book, “Seed Digging,” to Improve Lives of Children and Adults with Addictions and Mental Health Disorders


Altena, AR (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Shawna’s new book, released in ebook and paperback format in August 2014, is about Seed Digging, which a brand-new technique she created. Seed digging incorporates several traditional mental health therapy models, yet works to bring permanent healing quickly.

According to Burns, Seed Digging sees people with addictions and mental health disorders cured on a daily basis. It teaches people how to remove clutter from their own minds and find incredible inner peace with only a few simple steps.

Burns has taught several people, including young children to use this technique themselves, and she is astonished at the results. She shares that children are reaching components of “Self-Actualization” with this technique. According to renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow, this happens in less than one percent of the adult population. Burns states, “Seed Digging is a very simple concept, yet brings quick and lasting results.”

She wrote the book for those who are tired of living with addictions or mental health disorders; mental health professionals who are tired of bandaging symptoms; school counselors to use as a brief therapy model; veterans and those serving in active duty who struggle with PTSD; those who simply want to experience positive and permanent change in their lives; as well as parents and guardians who long to see their children live with internal happiness and peace.

The paperback and ebook versions of Seed Digging can be purchased on Shawna’s website at http://www.seeddigging.com.

Testimonials:

“I have lost so much weight because I don’t binge on food anymore.” –Kari

“My son no longer goes into violent rages.” –Susan

“The cigarette cravings are finally gone!” –Gary

“The migraines have completely stopped.” –Sarah

“The nightmares never returned.” –Sam

“I have my family back. Alcohol no longer controls my life.” –Corey

“The panic attacks are gone!” –Masey

“I don’t cut my arms when I’m sad. I really like my life now.” –Lexi

Shawna Burns is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. She has a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She has worked with children and adults for the past decade and has been a Clinical Supervisor and Regional Manager at a large counseling agency in Northwest Arkansas. Before becoming a counselor, she taught Special Education in a public school setting. She is working on several more books: “Digging Deeper: Advanced Techniques in Seed Digging,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in your Child’s Garden: A Parent’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in a Child’s Garden: A Teacher’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Spiritual Depths of Seed Digging,” and a children’s series called “Yucky, Stinky Fruit.”







Shawna Burns, Counselor, Releases Debut Book, “Seed Digging,” to Improve Lives of Children and Adults with Addictions and Mental Health Disorders


Altena, AR (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Shawna’s new book, released in ebook and paperback format in August 2014, is about Seed Digging, which a brand-new technique she created. Seed digging incorporates several traditional mental health therapy models, yet works to bring permanent healing quickly.

According to Burns, Seed Digging sees people with addictions and mental health disorders cured on a daily basis. It teaches people how to remove clutter from their own minds and find incredible inner peace with only a few simple steps.

Burns has taught several people, including young children to use this technique themselves, and she is astonished at the results. She shares that children are reaching components of “Self-Actualization” with this technique. According to renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow, this happens in less than one percent of the adult population. Burns states, “Seed Digging is a very simple concept, yet brings quick and lasting results.”

She wrote the book for those who are tired of living with addictions or mental health disorders; mental health professionals who are tired of bandaging symptoms; school counselors to use as a brief therapy model; veterans and those serving in active duty who struggle with PTSD; those who simply want to experience positive and permanent change in their lives; as well as parents and guardians who long to see their children live with internal happiness and peace.

The paperback and ebook versions of Seed Digging can be purchased on Shawna’s website at http://www.seeddigging.com.

Testimonials:

“I have lost so much weight because I don’t binge on food anymore.” –Kari

“My son no longer goes into violent rages.” –Susan

“The cigarette cravings are finally gone!” –Gary

“The migraines have completely stopped.” –Sarah

“The nightmares never returned.” –Sam

“I have my family back. Alcohol no longer controls my life.” –Corey

“The panic attacks are gone!” –Masey

“I don’t cut my arms when I’m sad. I really like my life now.” –Lexi

Shawna Burns is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. She has a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She has worked with children and adults for the past decade and has been a Clinical Supervisor and Regional Manager at a large counseling agency in Northwest Arkansas. Before becoming a counselor, she taught Special Education in a public school setting. She is working on several more books: “Digging Deeper: Advanced Techniques in Seed Digging,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in your Child’s Garden: A Parent’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in a Child’s Garden: A Teacher’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Spiritual Depths of Seed Digging,” and a children’s series called “Yucky, Stinky Fruit.”







Shawna Burns, Counselor, Releases Debut Book, “Seed Digging,” to Improve Lives of Children and Adults with Addictions and Mental Health Disorders


Altena, AR (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Shawna’s new book, released in ebook and paperback format in August 2014, is about Seed Digging, which a brand-new technique she created. Seed digging incorporates several traditional mental health therapy models, yet works to bring permanent healing quickly.

According to Burns, Seed Digging sees people with addictions and mental health disorders cured on a daily basis. It teaches people how to remove clutter from their own minds and find incredible inner peace with only a few simple steps.

Burns has taught several people, including young children to use this technique themselves, and she is astonished at the results. She shares that children are reaching components of “Self-Actualization” with this technique. According to renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow, this happens in less than one percent of the adult population. Burns states, “Seed Digging is a very simple concept, yet brings quick and lasting results.”

She wrote the book for those who are tired of living with addictions or mental health disorders; mental health professionals who are tired of bandaging symptoms; school counselors to use as a brief therapy model; veterans and those serving in active duty who struggle with PTSD; those who simply want to experience positive and permanent change in their lives; as well as parents and guardians who long to see their children live with internal happiness and peace.

The paperback and ebook versions of Seed Digging can be purchased on Shawna’s website at http://www.seeddigging.com.

Testimonials:

“I have lost so much weight because I don’t binge on food anymore.” –Kari

“My son no longer goes into violent rages.” –Susan

“The cigarette cravings are finally gone!” –Gary

“The migraines have completely stopped.” –Sarah

“The nightmares never returned.” –Sam

“I have my family back. Alcohol no longer controls my life.” –Corey

“The panic attacks are gone!” –Masey

“I don’t cut my arms when I’m sad. I really like my life now.” –Lexi

Shawna Burns is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. She has a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She has worked with children and adults for the past decade and has been a Clinical Supervisor and Regional Manager at a large counseling agency in Northwest Arkansas. Before becoming a counselor, she taught Special Education in a public school setting. She is working on several more books: “Digging Deeper: Advanced Techniques in Seed Digging,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in your Child’s Garden: A Parent’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in a Child’s Garden: A Teacher’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Spiritual Depths of Seed Digging,” and a children’s series called “Yucky, Stinky Fruit.”







Shawna Burns, Counselor, Releases Debut Book, “Seed Digging,” to Improve Lives of Children and Adults with Addictions and Mental Health Disorders


Altena, AR (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Shawna’s new book, released in ebook and paperback format in August 2014, is about Seed Digging, which a brand-new technique she created. Seed digging incorporates several traditional mental health therapy models, yet works to bring permanent healing quickly.

According to Burns, Seed Digging sees people with addictions and mental health disorders cured on a daily basis. It teaches people how to remove clutter from their own minds and find incredible inner peace with only a few simple steps.

Burns has taught several people, including young children to use this technique themselves, and she is astonished at the results. She shares that children are reaching components of “Self-Actualization” with this technique. According to renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow, this happens in less than one percent of the adult population. Burns states, “Seed Digging is a very simple concept, yet brings quick and lasting results.”

She wrote the book for those who are tired of living with addictions or mental health disorders; mental health professionals who are tired of bandaging symptoms; school counselors to use as a brief therapy model; veterans and those serving in active duty who struggle with PTSD; those who simply want to experience positive and permanent change in their lives; as well as parents and guardians who long to see their children live with internal happiness and peace.

The paperback and ebook versions of Seed Digging can be purchased on Shawna’s website at http://www.seeddigging.com.

Testimonials:

“I have lost so much weight because I don’t binge on food anymore.” –Kari

“My son no longer goes into violent rages.” –Susan

“The cigarette cravings are finally gone!” –Gary

“The migraines have completely stopped.” –Sarah

“The nightmares never returned.” –Sam

“I have my family back. Alcohol no longer controls my life.” –Corey

“The panic attacks are gone!” –Masey

“I don’t cut my arms when I’m sad. I really like my life now.” –Lexi

Shawna Burns is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. She has a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She has worked with children and adults for the past decade and has been a Clinical Supervisor and Regional Manager at a large counseling agency in Northwest Arkansas. Before becoming a counselor, she taught Special Education in a public school setting. She is working on several more books: “Digging Deeper: Advanced Techniques in Seed Digging,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in your Child’s Garden: A Parent’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Sowing Happy Seeds and Preventing Weeds in a Child’s Garden: A Teacher’s Guide to Seed Digging Prevention,” “Spiritual Depths of Seed Digging,” and a children’s series called “Yucky, Stinky Fruit.”







Leaders Learn to Trust in God in Jim Wettons New Book


TEMECULA, Calif. (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Author Jim Wetton advises leaders to look to God for guidance in his new book, “Not in Charge … Anymore” (published by WestBow Press).

As a leader in the retail grocery industry, Wetton had high ambitions for himself. He climbed the corporate ladder and enjoyed a fair amount of success in his career, but something was still missing. Something was holding him back from achieving true success in his career.

With his trust in the Lord, Wetton was able to turn his physical disabilities into endless hope. He relied on God to help him make better leadership decisions, and as a result, he saw a positive change in his work environment as well as his own spiritual relationship with God.

Throughout his book, Wetton shares relevant leadership examples and personal experiences on how God can work in a leader’s life and give a sense of peace. He aims to help leaders in the workplace reduce stress and pressure while uplifting their employees.

“So many leaders in the business world search for a way to make their challenges easier by using secular methods,” Wetton writes, “but this book shares that none of that is necessary. Trusting and surrendering to the greatest leader of all time will enable the reader to achieve the goals they want to achieve.”

“Not in Charge … Anymore”

By Jim Wetton

Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781490840772

Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781490840765

E-Book | 134 pages | ISBN 9781490840758

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Jim Wetton has studied leadership both through extensive educational studies and hands-on leadership development throughout his 40 years of experience in the retail food industry. He holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Long Beach State University and a leadership certificate from the University of Southern California.

WestBow Press is a strategic supported self-publishing alliance between HarperCollins Christian Publishing and Author Solutions, LLC — the world leader in supported self-publishing. Titles published through WestBow Press are evaluated for sales potential and considered for publication through Thomas Nelson and Zondervan. For more information, visit westbowpress.com or call (866)-928-1240. For WestBow Press news, click “Like” at acebook.com/WestBowPress and follow @westbowpress on Twitter.

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Faithful Flocks Should Rally Around Pastor; Ira Gilbert Releases New Book


Flint, MI (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

It’s not easy being a pastor with a flock, especially when that pastor feels like the weight of the world is on his shoulders and his only. A pastor shares his thoughts about leading a congregation in this new book, sharing his insights to teach others how to build up the body of Christ. When everyone rises to the challenge of helping to mold and shape the Body of Christ, hope springs anew.

When he first began as pastor, Ira Gilbert didn’t know much about leading a flock and working with God’s sheep, and what he discovered shocked him. In “Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?” he describes the different types of sheep he found in his ministry, from gossiping sheep, dishonest sheep and controlling sheep to blessed sheep, loving sheep and faithful sheep. He writes that believers should rely on their faith instead of allowing their minds and feelings to control them because that is when the enemy can plant seeds that only seek to destroy Christ’s legacy.

In addition to spreading the word about Christ’s love for humanity, Gilbert urges the faithful to support their pastors, building them up instead of gossiping and tearing them down. “Pastor is not your personal servant because he answers to the chief servant just as you do,” he writes. Instead of burdening pastors with unrealistic expectations, believers should love and support them and direct their hearts to pleasing God instead of pleasing men. With guidance from scripture and his own experience, Gilbert points the way to help believers recognize their spiritual callings and work with their pastors to help them do the work of the Kingdom.

Author Ira Gilbert, retired in 1997, leads Ira and Cam Gilbert Ministries with his wife, Camilla, offering relationship seminars for couples and ministering to those suffering with addictive behavior of all kinds. They have two daughters. Born and raised in Flint, Gilbert went on to attend Saginaw Valley State College in University Center, Mich., and Mott Community College in Flint. He worked for AC Spark Plug, a General Motors factory, in Flint and overcame drug and alcohol addiction. Gilbert is available for speaking engagements, seminars and conferences. E-mail him at Mirangel2(at)comcast(dot)net. His others books are “Addicted to Everything but Jesus,” “I Divorced God; She Divorced Me” and “Diary of a Changed Life.”

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Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?

Ira Gilbert

Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-4575-253707        152 pages        $ 14 US

Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.

About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. We provide cost-effective, fast, and highly profitable services to publish and distribute independently published books. Our book publishing and distribution services reach worldwide. Dog Ear authors retain all rights and complete creative control throughout the entire self-publishing process. Self-publishing services are available globally at http://www.dogearpublishing.net and from our offices in Indianapolis.

Dog Ear Publishing – self-publishing that actually makes sense.







Faithful Flocks Should Rally Around Pastor; Ira Gilbert Releases New Book


Flint, MI (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

It’s not easy being a pastor with a flock, especially when that pastor feels like the weight of the world is on his shoulders and his only. A pastor shares his thoughts about leading a congregation in this new book, sharing his insights to teach others how to build up the body of Christ. When everyone rises to the challenge of helping to mold and shape the Body of Christ, hope springs anew.

When he first began as pastor, Ira Gilbert didn’t know much about leading a flock and working with God’s sheep, and what he discovered shocked him. In “Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?” he describes the different types of sheep he found in his ministry, from gossiping sheep, dishonest sheep and controlling sheep to blessed sheep, loving sheep and faithful sheep. He writes that believers should rely on their faith instead of allowing their minds and feelings to control them because that is when the enemy can plant seeds that only seek to destroy Christ’s legacy.

In addition to spreading the word about Christ’s love for humanity, Gilbert urges the faithful to support their pastors, building them up instead of gossiping and tearing them down. “Pastor is not your personal servant because he answers to the chief servant just as you do,” he writes. Instead of burdening pastors with unrealistic expectations, believers should love and support them and direct their hearts to pleasing God instead of pleasing men. With guidance from scripture and his own experience, Gilbert points the way to help believers recognize their spiritual callings and work with their pastors to help them do the work of the Kingdom.

Author Ira Gilbert, retired in 1997, leads Ira and Cam Gilbert Ministries with his wife, Camilla, offering relationship seminars for couples and ministering to those suffering with addictive behavior of all kinds. They have two daughters. Born and raised in Flint, Gilbert went on to attend Saginaw Valley State College in University Center, Mich., and Mott Community College in Flint. He worked for AC Spark Plug, a General Motors factory, in Flint and overcame drug and alcohol addiction. Gilbert is available for speaking engagements, seminars and conferences. E-mail him at Mirangel2(at)comcast(dot)net. His others books are “Addicted to Everything but Jesus,” “I Divorced God; She Divorced Me” and “Diary of a Changed Life.”

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Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?

Ira Gilbert

Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-4575-253707        152 pages        $ 14 US

Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.

About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. We provide cost-effective, fast, and highly profitable services to publish and distribute independently published books. Our book publishing and distribution services reach worldwide. Dog Ear authors retain all rights and complete creative control throughout the entire self-publishing process. Self-publishing services are available globally at http://www.dogearpublishing.net and from our offices in Indianapolis.

Dog Ear Publishing – self-publishing that actually makes sense.







Praeclarus Press Proudly Supports Black Breastfeeding Week (August 25-31) With a Free to Breastfeed: Voices of Black Mothers Book Giveaway


Amarillo, Texas (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

In the United States, August is recognized as National Breastfeeding Month with most celebrations occurring during the beginning of the month. In 2013 the first annual Black Breastfeeding Week was celebrated at the end of August with the intent to celebrate the specific challenges that African American mothers and babies face. The event will take place again this year with a new theme “Black Families Rock,” and a series of interactive online events planned for the week. Praeclarus Press authors of Free to Breastfeed, Anayah R. Sangodele-Ayoka and Jeanine Valrie Logan will also be will be participating with book giveaways on the Free to Breastfeed Facebook page as well as the Black Breastfeeding Week Facebook page.

Free to Breastfeed: Voices from Black Mothers outpaces other books on the topic because it gives privilege to actual women. There is no other book available that can give a new or expectant mother the experience of seeing her experience reflected in the stories and pictures of other women. While there is growing coverage to the disparities in breastfeeding rates, the actual thoughts and experiences of African-American nursing mothers are overlooked. It is precisely these first-hand experiences that breastfeeding mothers seek from other women.

The Black mothers at the forefront of this very movement offer praise for the book. “Free to Breastfeed is a powerful, much-needed resource to dispel myths and stereotypes about black women and breastfeeding. Anayah and Jeanine have created an amazing compilation of personal narratives that is sure to positively impact perceptions and cultural norms around breastfeeding,” writes Kimberly Seals-Allers, an acclaimed journalist and author of the Mocha Manual series. Kimarie Bugg MSN, MPH, CLC, CEO and Change Leader, Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere, Inc. (ROSE) states, “I applaud Anayah and Jeanine for bringing these compassionate community voices to life. We must learn to listen to our own stories and those of others. We must also have the courage to accept that we are the change for which we have been waiting.”

Jeanine Valrie Logan is a birthworker, homebirth mama, nursing student, and future midwife. Jeanine received her B.A. from Fisk University, and an M.P.H. from George Washington University. She has worked for reproductive justice organizations in South Africa, DC, and Chicago. Jeanine lives in Chicago with her husband and daughter.

Anayah R. Sangodele-Ayoka writes and speaks about breastfeeding, maternal health and personal empowerment. She also develops campaigns to promote breastfeeding-friendly communities through policy and public awareness campaigns with MomsRising.org, including Black Breastfeeding Week. Anayah writes for the corresponding blog (http://www.freetobreastfeed.com). She earned a B.A. from Vassar College and is currently a student in the Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program at Yale University School of Nursing. She is married with two children.

Praeclarus Press is a small press specializing in women’s health located in Amarillo, Texas. It was founded by health psychologist, Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Ph.D., IBCLC, FAPA, and produces books, webinars, and other materials on all aspects of women’s health. The mission of Praeclarus Press is to produce materials that change women’s lives.







Faithful Flocks Should Rally Around Pastor; Ira Gilbert Releases New Book


Flint, MI (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

It’s not easy being a pastor with a flock, especially when that pastor feels like the weight of the world is on his shoulders and his only. A pastor shares his thoughts about leading a congregation in this new book, sharing his insights to teach others how to build up the body of Christ. When everyone rises to the challenge of helping to mold and shape the Body of Christ, hope springs anew.

When he first began as pastor, Ira Gilbert didn’t know much about leading a flock and working with God’s sheep, and what he discovered shocked him. In “Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?” he describes the different types of sheep he found in his ministry, from gossiping sheep, dishonest sheep and controlling sheep to blessed sheep, loving sheep and faithful sheep. He writes that believers should rely on their faith instead of allowing their minds and feelings to control them because that is when the enemy can plant seeds that only seek to destroy Christ’s legacy.

In addition to spreading the word about Christ’s love for humanity, Gilbert urges the faithful to support their pastors, building them up instead of gossiping and tearing them down. “Pastor is not your personal servant because he answers to the chief servant just as you do,” he writes. Instead of burdening pastors with unrealistic expectations, believers should love and support them and direct their hearts to pleasing God instead of pleasing men. With guidance from scripture and his own experience, Gilbert points the way to help believers recognize their spiritual callings and work with their pastors to help them do the work of the Kingdom.

Author Ira Gilbert, retired in 1997, leads Ira and Cam Gilbert Ministries with his wife, Camilla, offering relationship seminars for couples and ministering to those suffering with addictive behavior of all kinds. They have two daughters. Born and raised in Flint, Gilbert went on to attend Saginaw Valley State College in University Center, Mich., and Mott Community College in Flint. He worked for AC Spark Plug, a General Motors factory, in Flint and overcame drug and alcohol addiction. Gilbert is available for speaking engagements, seminars and conferences. E-mail him at Mirangel2(at)comcast(dot)net. His others books are “Addicted to Everything but Jesus,” “I Divorced God; She Divorced Me” and “Diary of a Changed Life.”

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Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?

Ira Gilbert

Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-4575-253707        152 pages        $ 14 US

Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.

About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. We provide cost-effective, fast, and highly profitable services to publish and distribute independently published books. Our book publishing and distribution services reach worldwide. Dog Ear authors retain all rights and complete creative control throughout the entire self-publishing process. Self-publishing services are available globally at http://www.dogearpublishing.net and from our offices in Indianapolis.

Dog Ear Publishing – self-publishing that actually makes sense.







Faithful Flocks Should Rally Around Pastor; Ira Gilbert Releases New Book


Flint, MI (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

It’s not easy being a pastor with a flock, especially when that pastor feels like the weight of the world is on his shoulders and his only. A pastor shares his thoughts about leading a congregation in this new book, sharing his insights to teach others how to build up the body of Christ. When everyone rises to the challenge of helping to mold and shape the Body of Christ, hope springs anew.

When he first began as pastor, Ira Gilbert didn’t know much about leading a flock and working with God’s sheep, and what he discovered shocked him. In “Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?” he describes the different types of sheep he found in his ministry, from gossiping sheep, dishonest sheep and controlling sheep to blessed sheep, loving sheep and faithful sheep. He writes that believers should rely on their faith instead of allowing their minds and feelings to control them because that is when the enemy can plant seeds that only seek to destroy Christ’s legacy.

In addition to spreading the word about Christ’s love for humanity, Gilbert urges the faithful to support their pastors, building them up instead of gossiping and tearing them down. “Pastor is not your personal servant because he answers to the chief servant just as you do,” he writes. Instead of burdening pastors with unrealistic expectations, believers should love and support them and direct their hearts to pleasing God instead of pleasing men. With guidance from scripture and his own experience, Gilbert points the way to help believers recognize their spiritual callings and work with their pastors to help them do the work of the Kingdom.

Author Ira Gilbert, retired in 1997, leads Ira and Cam Gilbert Ministries with his wife, Camilla, offering relationship seminars for couples and ministering to those suffering with addictive behavior of all kinds. They have two daughters. Born and raised in Flint, Gilbert went on to attend Saginaw Valley State College in University Center, Mich., and Mott Community College in Flint. He worked for AC Spark Plug, a General Motors factory, in Flint and overcame drug and alcohol addiction. Gilbert is available for speaking engagements, seminars and conferences. E-mail him at Mirangel2(at)comcast(dot)net. His others books are “Addicted to Everything but Jesus,” “I Divorced God; She Divorced Me” and “Diary of a Changed Life.”

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Stop! Think; Are You Killing Your Pastor?

Ira Gilbert

Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-4575-253707        152 pages        $ 14 US

Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.

About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. We provide cost-effective, fast, and highly profitable services to publish and distribute independently published books. Our book publishing and distribution services reach worldwide. Dog Ear authors retain all rights and complete creative control throughout the entire self-publishing process. Self-publishing services are available globally at http://www.dogearpublishing.net and from our offices in Indianapolis.

Dog Ear Publishing – self-publishing that actually makes sense.