Author David Johnson details his observations and guidelines for improvement
KALAMAZOO, Mich, Oct. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “American Idols: The American Church’s Compromise, and How to Correct Course,” by pastor David M. Johnson, gives the author’s account on how the Church has adopted society’s standards, and has placed them before God’s.
Johnson was born and raised in Kalamazoo, MI where he is Co-Pastor at Kalamazoo Community Church. He has served there for 22 years He wants to spread the good messages for Christians to understand and embrace what Jesus has to offer. Johnson, himself, became a born-again Christian in 1981 and continues his spiritual journey.
The book shows the author’s concerns about the values that believers have adopted both in and outside of church. Johnson divided the work into chapters, based on various idols he feels have replaced God in Christians’ lives. He describes the compromises believers use when mixing idols with their faith.
The book contains a hopeful message, however. Johnson describes the blessing of the full life promises available, and good things in store, once churches and their people remember to put God first.
“People of faith and churches are talking and putting politics first,” David says, “We need to remember to put the Kingdom of God first, and deliver messages that give hope to others.”
“American Idols: The American Church’s Compromise, and How to Correct Course”
By David M. Johnson
ISBN: 9781664252011 (Softcover); 9781664252028 (E-book)
Available at WestBow Press,Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the author
David M. Johnson currently lives in Kalamazoo, MI with his wife, Lori. They have 6 adult children and 2 grandchildren. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Western Michigan University in 1986. Later, he earned a master’s degree from Biblical Theological Seminary, (now Missio Seminary) in 1997. He has a YouTube channel, named WanderingPastor. To learn more, please visit http://www.wanderingpastor.com.
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