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Author Phillip Clark will sign copies of his book “I Love God But Church Stinks” at the 39th Printers Row Lit Fest

The Midwest’s biggest and most exciting book event is returning to take everyone by storm through the magic of literature. From book signings to engaging activities for book lovers of all ages, this outdoor event ensures a great time for everyone.

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Author Phillip Clark will sign copies of his book “I Love God But Church Stinks” at the Printers Row Lit Fest 2024 on Date at Time.

This year, the Printers Row Lit Fest is about to celebrate its 39th year in the hustling and bustling Windy City for two days, from September 7 to 8, 2024, from 10 AM to 6 PM. Running through South Dearborn from Ida B Wells to Pol Street, this fantastic event will feature over 100 authors and promise fun activities for every attendee.

The best part about this event is that it doesn’t stop for anyone because, come rain or shine, this celebration of all things quality literature is here to stay. The self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet is more than ready to show fairgoers a wide range of top-notch books from only the most compelling authors during the event.

One of the myriad books attendees can find at ReadersMagnet’s exhibit is Phillip K. Clark’s “I Love God But Church Stinks.” A book that centers on spirituality and being inspirational, the author aims to awaken people through his writing prowess that now, in the 21st century, sadly, the Church has become a big business that only thinks about profit instead of what truly matters most: faith.

In this modern world, numerous temptations surround people on a daily basis. The Holy Spirit has been replaced by entertainment primarily relating to flesh on display. Most people do not seem to have any more fear of God, and Phillip K. Clark writes that repentance is a must in these times where evil lurks in almost every corner.

For those who wish to read “I Love God But Church Stinks,” which Phillip K. Clark wrote as a wake-up call for the Church, order a copy on Amazon. Visit the ReadersMagnet exhibit to check out the book’s display at attend the author’s book-signing session on Date at Time.

Book Details
“I Love God But Church Stinks”
Book Genre: Spirituality/Inspirational
Author: Phillip K. Clark
Publisher: Independently published
Published Date: September 21, 2023

Author Bio
Phillip Clark is an author and public speaker. He earned a Bachelor’s in Bible and Theology from Southeastern Bible College in Birmingham, Alabama 2007. This book is not judgmental, but it was written to address the 21st-century church and expose the fact that the spirit of the antichrist has infiltrated it. It no longer impacts the world but has been affected by this world’s system.

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