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Author Cynthia R. Rovnaghi's Newly Released "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" Invites Readers on a Spiritual Journey into Asia Minor After Christ's Death

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Author Cynthia R. Rovnaghi's Newly Released "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" Invites Readers on a Spiritual Journey into Asia Minor After Christ's Death

"Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" from Christian Faith Publishing author Cynthia R. Rovnaghi takes place two thousand years ago. Author Cynthia R. Rovnaghi sends readers on a spiritual journey into the past.

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MEADVILLE, Pa., Aug. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come": a historic, spiritual journey into the Asia Minor of two thousand years ago. "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" is the creation of published author, Cynthia R. Rovnaghi. From casework and counseling to neurobiological laboratory work, devoting time to shelters and service clubs, the constant theme of her life has been the protection of children and restoration of children experiencing abuse and neglect.

"Do we have as much zeal for the Three in One today as our predecessors? After two thousand years, do we fail to practice living in the Kingdom of God daily? Are we willing to acknowledge that God is the doer and each of us is called to use our gifts as willing partners in fellowship with God and his creation? Are we waiting for "someday" to arrive before we experience the fullness of God? What does it mean to grow up in Jesus? Is abundance only spiritual or is it also earthly? What does it mean to stand as having a new nature created by Jesus?" --Cynthia R. Rovnaghi

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Cynthia R. Rovnaghi's new book is a God-inspired work of fiction.

Over two thousand years ago, during the lifetime of Jesus Christ, people were busy throughout the world. "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" is an account of the events that took place in Asia Minor after the death of Jesus. It is about the purity and vastness of the relationships God shares with all of His creation. It is easy to forget that many customs have been practiced for thousands of years. Modern men are not the authors or inventors of Christianity. Reflecting on the past and the faith of those who lived long ago allows modern Christians to enrich their faith.

View a synopsis of "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about "Like a Deer Panteth: Living in the Kingdom Come", contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

 

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