Outside Looking in, Jesus Message for the Last Day Church


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Redeemed from the outlaw biker world, Roger Bennett has been transformed by Christ into a dynamic preacher and teacher of God’s Word. He is the author of What the Church Should Know: Lessons from an Outlaw Biker, The Altar, and The Road to Spiritual Growth. Pastor Bennett and his wife, Donna, reside in central Michigan where they minister at the Chippewa Lake Community Church. Pastor Bennett can be contacted at harleyharvest1@hotmail.com.


Jesus’ letter to the church in Laodicea in Revelation 3, the last of his letters to the seven churches in the Roman province of Asia, is far more than a two-thousand year-old message to the members of the early church. It is a plea from the living Christ to today’s churches to take a hard look at ourselves and discover our true condition. It is a call to repent and to open our doors to intimate fellowship with Christ, who has been left standing outside churches that bear his name. In Outside Looking In: Jesus’ Message for the Last Days Church, Pastor Roger Bennett calls churches to examine their practices to discover their relevancy for those who are seeking a true experience with Christ. Having well-choreographed worship services with professional musicians and polished preaching isn’t what Christ values most. He desires more than a superficial relationship. Bennett writes, “Christ wants us, the last days church, to share in his holiness. We cannot be lukewarm! We cannot risk making him sick by our deeds. He loves his church, and at his coming he longs to see her as a bride adorned for her wedding. May the church do all that is within her to be ready when the shout rings out, ‘Behold, the Bridegroom comes!’ ”

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