My friends over at Reformation Heritages Books were kind enough to send over a copy of Stanley D. Gale’s new book ‘A Vine-Ripened Life: Spiritual Fruitfulness through Abiding in Christ’. I was excited to see one of the endorsements for the book comes from my friend Rhett Dodson. Here’s what he had to say about the book:
“Looking for a Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered vision for spiritual growth and maturity? That’s what you will find in A Vine-Ripened Life. In this compelling and challenging book, Stan Gale guides us through a study of the fruit of the Spirit that connects our active growth in Christian graces to the person and work of Jesus Christ. Jesus had a reason for calling Himself the vine and us the branches. This fine volume explains why. If you want to grow in your walk with Christ, a prayerful and attentive reading of A Vine-Ripened Life is an excellent place to start.”
— Rhett Dodson, pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church, Hudson, Ohio
Learn more at HeritageBooks.org.
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