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The Seedplanter by Henry A. White depicts his life story, combined with how God brought him back from the rough life of living on the streets, into living a life spent serving God and witnessing Christ to others. His story displays an impossible God, who loves all of His creation. In hopes of winning others back to Christ, the author has written this book to give hope and encouragement to the Body of Christ to once again fulfill the Great Commission. The Seedplanter uncovers his quest as an ordained minister to rediscover the lost art of witnessing. He calls all to “Rise up and become ‘Seedplanters,’ planting Christ into the heart of mankind.”
Biblical wisdom and scriptural interpretation present knowledge and vision to believers, encouraging and equipping them in the Word of God and revival. With great enthusiasm, the author has written a well-rounded book that gives believers the tools needed to be effective witnesses for Christ. He also includes a wide array of subjects, such as: the Church, the Old and New Testament, foundational scripture interpretation, speaks on making the right choices, and further speaks on knowing your enemy. Offering knowledge and transformation in the renewing of the mind throughout the book, one will witness his life of hardship being turned around to the glory of God as a leader, family man, teacher, preacher and witness for Christ.
Stating that, “You cannot be a true worshipper without being a true witness.” His book is practical, written from someone who knows how it feels to be in need. He calls all believers to “Rise Up” and look around to see how they can help others. Complacency has no place in the life of the believer and he advocates being on the offensive. He also speaks of the weak, the homeless veterans needing help, and about those who are in prison, all just needing a word of encouragement (and practical help), that includes average, everyday citizens that are in need of the love of Christ and practical help in their lives.
This book is a wake-up call written to inspire the Church into action and to “say something,” (and do something). Heart-felt and a compassionate read, the author enthusiastically calls all believers to be the person God has called them to be – A Seedplanter. A highly recommended read!
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