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Lyonald J. Marston’s “God’s Way” was Exhibited at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

A study text to living life in God’s way

San Diego, California – WEBWIRE

Dear reader, let me use the very words of God to help you to better understand God’s Way to salvation. – Marston

Lyonald J. Marston’s “God’s Way” was one of the books that got the chance to be displayed at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which was held at the University of Southern California, last April 22-23, 2023.

ReadersMagnet, a self-publishing and book marketing company, made the display of “God’s Way” possible at the L.A. Times Festival of Books, which is the largest literary festival in the country. It attracts an annual crowd of 150,000 people. The event is a celebration of literature attended by authors, book-lovers, and publishing industry professionals from all over the world.

“God’s Way” is a religious guide for people struggling with their lives. The author shares his wisdom as a preacher on the Word of God. He inspires his readers in dealing with the different challenges they may encounter in life.

In this book, the author finds a way to keep his readers closer to God. He reintroduces God through the scriptures and how He is the ever Powerful of all. He uses passages from the Bible to remind the readers that they can always get through life using the Word of God.

The book also puts the readers in a church as the gospel is being preached on each page of the book. These passages have been curated to let the readers easily get to know more about the works of God.

The study text breaks down ideas from the Bible to easily relay the message of the passages. The author encourages the readers to obey God by reading the scriptures.

“God’s Way” by Lyonald J. Marston is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“God’s Way”
Author| Lyonald J. Marston
Published Date| May 8, 2012
Publisher| Xulon Press
Genre| Christian Books & Bibles

Author’s Biography
Lyonald James Marston was born, November 23, 1938 in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. When he was 4 years old, some of his kinfolk would ask him what he wanted for Christmas. He answered, “A Bible.” They would tease him by saying, “A bottle” “No” he would reply. “I want a Bible for Christmas.” Needless to say he and his brother Bobby Ray got a Bible each that Christmas. When he was 5 years old, people would ask him what he wanted to be when he grew up. He would reply, “I want to be a preacher.”

Most every Sunday, he would sit beside an elderly man on the front pew in the Downtown Church of Christ. As the years passed by, his desire changed to many other things. He wanted to be a juvenile judge, a lawyer, FBI, the black rider, riding a black horse and dressed in black to save the people out west, like some of the movie stars he had seen at the movies.

As time moved on he had several jobs and finally worked in Washington, D.C. with the William J. Burns International Detective Agency, located at 909 21st Street, N.W. He was working as an Investigator when President John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas, Texas. He was offered the position with the Secret Service protecting the future President; however, he turned down that offer. He married Anna Florence Slaubaugh who worked in the Pentagon located in the state of Virginia. He went into business for himself as an Investigator and eventually moved to Nashville, Tennessee. He and his wife attended the Church of Christ on Nolensville Road. His wife, Anna was baptized there.

Lyonald learned about the Nashville School of Preaching. He became a student there and started preaching part time with some small congregations and started full time ministry in Saint Mary’s Church of Christ located in St. Mary’s W.Va. Lyonald and Anna got divorced and later he married Patricia (PAT) Russell and he still preaches on a part time basis for small congregations in Texas. His health will not allow him to work full time.

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