The Penny by Benjamin L Reynolds
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Randal Cole is the troubled pastor of a small, inner city church. After a prayer meeting, leaves church deciding to resign, but is approached by mysterious man outside who makes an unusual request – to place a single penny in the church offering the coming Sunday. Randal agrees and soon finds himself at the center of a growing global movement transforming lives throughout the world. But all does not go well. In the midst of his newfound success, a sudden sickness and dark secret threaten to destroy Randal’s family and blossoming ministry. With the aid of a godly messenger and the power of faith, can Randal overcome disappointment, personal tragedy and wavering faith to become an unlikely here able to change the world?
 

About Benjamin L Reynolds

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Benjamin Reynolds is an author and ordained minister. Bible prophecy and prayer has always a source of wonder for him, sparking his research, to deepen his understanding and knowledge of this subject matter. He wrote his first novel, When the Trumpet Sounds, Examining the Resurrection of the Church in 2007 after having a near death experience resulting from complications with Ulcerative Colitis in 2006. He credits his faith and positive outlook on life with helping him successfully endure and recuperate from four major surgeries during 2006 - 2008. He is the author of Seven Years until Eternity: the Rise of the Antichrist, The Ten Greatest Prayers of the Bible, Living in the New Millennium and Beyond, Ready for the Rapture and 40 Days of Faith.Benjamin Reynolds is a Senior Pastor and currently serves as Foreign Missions Secretary for the Metropolitan Apostolic Fellowship organization. He regularly ministers to churches in the United States, Canada and the Philippines. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Society from Michigan State University and has a Masters of Christian Studies degree from Master's International School of Divinity.
 
Published February 20, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 120 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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