Encouragement for Women Preachers at the Frankfurt Book Fair
Bishop Alvin E. Miller, Sr. Encourages Women to Pursue Their Vocational Calling
“The book is evidence-based, a heartfelt prose. The Scripture is woven throughout the book to unequivocally prove that women rightfully have a place in the pulpit.”
What does the Bible say about women preachers? Does the Bible say women should not be preachers? For the first time, someone bravely examined the issue and provided biblical reasoning for supporting women in ministry.
Preach, My Sister, Preach, authored by Bishop Alvin E. Miller, Sr., is a biblical justification for women in the Gospel ministry. It examines the Holy Scriptures and proves that it promotes and empowers women in ministry for the kingdom of God. Likewise, it offers a road map to understanding and validating women’s call to Christian ministry. Predominantly, it advocates women’s liberation to take their rightful place in the ministry and in the society as leaders in the Faith.
With sincere determination, Bishop Miller encourages women to free themselves from terror, intimidation, guilt, and fear for courageously answering to the divine calling. Inspired by the message, a female minister stated in a review, “The book is evidence-based, a heartfelt prose. The Scripture is woven throughout the book to unequivocally prove that women rightfully have a place in the pulpit.”
Bishop Miller modestly asserts that there is no man, woman, or denomination has the power to dictate the vocational calling of a person based on gender or ethnicity. He stressed that when Jesus calls a woman to serve Him, she should answer Him without worrying over the theological opinions of others or the philosophical advice from pundits. He said, “When Jesus calls you, answer Him and do not look back or ever allow anyone, anything, any creature, or any power to stop you from answering the call of ministry from the Master.”
Check out Preach, My Sister, Preach at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair. The exhibit will be held on October 14 – 18, 2015 at the Frankfurt Trade Fair Grounds in Frankfurt, Germany. You can check out other several materials from the author at the LitFire Publishing booth during the whole event.
Preach My Sister Preach
Alvin E. Miller, Sr., D. Min.
Nook Book | $ 3.49
Kindle | $ 5.99
Paperback | $ 16.28
Hardcover | $ 30.65
Book copies are available at www.westbowpress.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Bishop Alvin E. Miller, Sr., D. Min. is the pastor of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Clarksville, Tennessee. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Dominique. As a pastor and chaplain, Bishop Miller has ordained over ten women ministers to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Also, he authored The Radical and Controversial Jesus. For thirty-two years, he served in the US Army Reserve until he reached the rank of colonel. He also provided pastoral care to soldiers and families in the US Army Chaplains Corps. Education-wise, he earned his degree from Eastern Kentucky University, his Master of Divinity from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Doctorate of Ministry from Oral Roberts University.
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