Four authors with ETBU connections have recently published books.
Rev. James Webb, pastor of Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church of Marshall, has written a devotional book titled, “Power Walk through the Holy Spirit.” Rev. Webb is a graduate of ETBU’s Certificate in Ministry program as well as board of trustee member. He is rotating off the Board in December after serving nine years as a trustee.
Webb told Marshall News Messenger reporter Cait Shields that he wrote the book to be “user friendly.” Webb said to her in an interview, “The way it is written, you can open the book at any spot and still understand it. So if you have a problem with worship, you can just go to that chapter. “
To read the complete article in the Marshall News Messenger, click here.
Brian Brown, a 2008 ETBU graduate from Hallsville, has cerebral palsy. During the East Texas Christian Writers Conference held at ETBU October 25-26, Brown displayed his first book titled, “A Legacy of Faith: A Story of Perseverance through a Foundation of Faith.”
Brown, who has a speaking ministry called Open Arms, posted on his Facebook page, “OMG, I was at a Christian writers conference at ETBU today selling my book and best-selling author Don Piper (author of the book 90 Minutes in Heaven) actually bought my book!”
To find out more, click here to go to Brown’s website.
The 3rd author, Nathan Lorick, is an ETBU grad currently serving as the Director of Evangelism for the Southern Baptist of Texas Convention. The title of his book is “Dying to Grow: Reclaiming the Heart for Evangelism in the Church. “
In the book, Lorick brings out the importance of gospel-based evangelism for the local church. He states, “Hell will tremble when churches once again make evangelism the central theme of their strategy.”
To learn more about the book published by Life Sentence Publishing, click here.
ETBU Professor of History Dr. Jerry Hopkins most recent book is titled “A Growing Adventure” is a history of Clever Creek Baptist Church located in rural Shelby County, Texas. Dr. Hopkins has been the bi-vocational pastor of Clever Creek Baptist Church since 1993. To learn more about the book, email Dr. Hopkins at email@example.com. Dr. Hopkins has served as a professor of history at ETBU since 2001.
A Tiger Pride high five to the four authors.