Though perhaps better known for political activism through his creation of the Moral Majority, the late Dr. Jerry Falwell's personal activities confirmed his passion for being a pastor and a Christian educator. Out of this desire to teach and lead, he wrote Building Dynamic Faith so that readers would know God better and see their lives radically changed for Him.
Divided into 31 chapters, Building Dynamic Faith is perfect for a month of daily readings, but it is more than simply a devotional. Readers will progress from a simple understanding of faith, to practicing the skills needed to exercise their faith, and finally to experiencing the blessing of God through answered prayer.
|About the Contributor(s)|| Jerry Falwell
At the age of 22, having just graduated from college in June of 1956, Jerry Falwell returned to his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia, and started Thomas Road Baptist Church with 35 members. The offering that first Sunday totaled $135. Today Thomas Road Church has 24,000 members and the total annual revenues of all the Jerry Falwell ministries total over $200 million.
Falwell also created the Old-Time Gospel Hour, a daily local radio ministry and a weekly local television ministry that was seen and heard in every American home and on every continent except Antarctica. He also founded Lynchburg Christian Academy in 1967 and Liberty University in 1971. Falwell was best known for organizing the Moral Majority in 1979, which encouraged millions of people of faith to vote for the first time in 1980 and help elect Ronald Reagan and many conservative congressmen and senators.
|Release Date||Jul 3, 2007|