“The Promise Of Jonadab” The Perfect Gift for Father’s Day Or Any Time Of The Year
From the “St. Louis MetroVoice, August, 2010
By Jim Day
In a time of spiraling moral and theological decline, a new book has appeared on the scene entitled, The Promise of Jonadab that encourages Christian families not only to stand but to pass the torch of their faith securely throughout the generations. Numerous stories about families from around the world are woven into the text that tells the story of Jonadab, the greatest dad in the Bible. You’ll read how he and other Christian families have established a Christian legacy through the generations that can give hope to parents in today’s complex world so they can do the same.
“As the father of one lone family struggles to maintain faith amid cultural and religious collapse, Jonadab succeeds in his time and for future generations. What can Christian families learn from this one minor Old Testament man whose Godly line still continues today? The answer communicates the strong and sure message of hope in The Promise of Jonadab,” says E. Ray Moore.
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) USAR, Ret., E. Ray Moore, Th.M. and his wife, Gail Pinckney Moore, have written a devotional book, The Promise of Jonadab: Building a Christian Family Legacy in a Time of Cultural Decline. Published by Ambassador International, the book is available on www.ambassadorinternational. com or www. amazon.com. The Promise of Jonadab was officially released at the Christian Bookseller’s Association (CBA) Convention in St. Louis on June 28, 2010. E. Ray Moore is a South Carolina native and a graduate of The Citadel with a B.A. in Political Science. He received his M.Div. in 1974 and his Th.M. in 1979 from Grace Theological Seminary. He served over 30 years as a campus pastor and as an Army Reserve Chaplain (Lt. Col. USAR Ret). For his service in Gulf War I, Chaplain Moore was awarded the Bronze Star. He currently serves as president of Frontline Ministries, Inc., and the Exodus Mandate Project, which focus on prayer, revival and K-12 Christian education and home schooling.
Gail Pinckney Moore, also a native of South Carolina and a graduate of The College of Charleston, taught language arts in Christian schools for 15 years including 10 years of secondary English at Ben Lippen School, a private Christian school, and was chair of the English department, until 2005. She has 30 years experience as a homeschool and Christian school teacher. Ray and Gail were honored as the SC Parents of the Year for 2000. She currently writes for the SC Legislative Council. Ray and Gail have been married for 40 years and have four children and six grandchildren.
Their publisher, Ambassador International, was founded in 1980 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and expanded to Greenville, South Carolina, in 1995. To learn more or purchase books visit www.Ambassador- International.com.
For additional information contact E. Ray Moore, at Frontline Ministries at (803) 714- 1744, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website www.exodusmandate.org.
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