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Lockley Bremner Invites Readers To Come Home, For Real

Author challenges the religious community about what should be inside the real Church of Yahweh, the heavenly Father, subjecting the long-held doctrines and practices of the many church denominations to the Biblical truths.

Browning, MT, USA – WEBWIRE

Church is the household where God the father is the host.

In his book, “Come Into My Father’s Teepee, The Heavenly Family,” Bremner revisited the walks and ways of the Native American people, and illustrates with those the very essence of true walking and following the ways of God. The book has been inspired by the assumptions of why many good people leave the church, particularly by the works of Corey, “10 Reasons Why  People Leave Church” in 2013. “…they cannot find Jesus in the church,” asserted by Lockley Bremner, because, truly, Jesus, the heavenly Father’s son, has not been dwelling in the house, in the church. People long for something, even when they cannot describe it, they are desperate in their search. Lockley Bremner has arisen to be the voice to tell them what this longing is for and how to find it employing verses from the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations.
“Come Into My Father’s Teepee”  asserts that Native People are not at all savages, in fact, they are proofs of how life has been very much meaningful and dignified. The dangers and deceptions brought about in today’s age are explored by Lockley Bremner in this book, in other words, the long-held ‘doctrines and practices’ of Christendom are challenged. The truth is continuously sharpened in order to save the “sheep” from slaughter but guides them towards the “teepee,” the dwelling place of God. As such, this book becomes both a warning and an encouragement for those who wish to realize what they have truly longed for.  
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Come Into My Father’s Teepee, The Heavenly Family
Written by Lockley Bremner
Published by  Dog Ear Publishing
Published date: November 15, 2016
Paperback price: $15.00
About the Author
Lockley Bremner’s journey began on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana where he was born again in the fires of revival. He is Blackfeet Indian and was given the name “Ee Doh Moh” or “First into Battle,” a warrior’s honor for his duty as a combat helicopter pilot and his ministry in spiritual warfare. Lockley is the Director of “Healing for the Natives Ministries” where he and his wife Traci serve together. He is an international evangelist, and a popular conference speaker. Lockley was ordained with World Wide Ministries and licensed by the Foursquare Denomination. He has pastored on Indian reservations for over twenty three years, served on the board of the Montana School of Prayer and other spiritual initiatives; Lockley is a seasoned prayer warrior with valuable insight into spiritual warfare. His first book, “Come into my Father’s Teepee,” is a fresh visionary presentation of the family of God.

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