Synopses & Reviews
The city of Ephesus once boasted a thriving Christian church. Its people were lauded for their good deeds, their perseverance, and their zeal. Yet, over time, their fiery devotion for God waned.
In Love In Crisis, author Robert Wurtz II takes a careful look at what went wrong with the Ephesian church, and how its weaknesses compare to many churches as it exists today. Some of the issues this book addresses are:
· Have we followed the pattern set forth in the building of the Ephesian church?
· Do we love God in the way He deserves?
· Where have we placed our faith? Our hope? Our love?
Love In Crisis calls us to recognize the dangerous similarities between then and now. This book is designed to provoke serious self-examination, prayer, and repentance. May God give us ears to hear what His Spirit is saying.
Robert Wurtz II
is originally from Kansas City, Missouri, and has served as a pastoral Bible teacher for more than 20 years. He is the author of three books and numerous online and magazine articles. Wurtz and his wife, Anna, live in Independence, Missouri, where he leads the Delaware Christian Fellowship, a house church. For more information on his ministry, go to http://www.thegirdedmind.com/.