Stewardship, Old and New: First Edition 2022

Stewardship, Old and New: First Edition 2022

Emmanuel Farecca Johnson I

35.99 €

This Biblical Stewardship Book is as the result of library research and field survey undertaken in 2021 in Liberia, West Africa where the respondents of this study reside. It seeks to provide a book for Teachers, Students, Zionites, religious leaders and those interested in stewardship matters, especially among AME Zion Church Membership in the Western West Africa Episcopal District comprising Liberia, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Togo. Most of the extant literature, courses and articles about stewardship in Zion Methodism deal primarily with the stewardship paradigm from the general church perspectives. This book fills the gap in the study of biblical stewardship in the Western West Africa by taking into consideration the Contextual dynamics and new paradigm shift. It provides the readers with basic knowledge of biblical stewardship from overseas perspectives, preferably the Western West Africa Episcopal District biblical stewardship paradigm shift. As such, it provides for the first time a historical, chronological and comparative study of a holistic stewardship in kingdom business.

1. Who are you, in a nutshell?

An Academic Doctor, an Academician &Senior lecturer,  at A..ME Zion University with more than twenty experience, Senior Clergy & Administrator of the A.M,E Zion Church, and Senior leader in the Church Community in Liberia.

2. Your latest book is entitled "Stewardship, Old and New: First Edition 2022". What is the message you want to convey to the readers?

For them to recognize and realize  " We have the responsibility to manage and utilize all of God's Creation for his glory and pleasing, and for His creation to live happily.

3. Who is this book for?

The book is the Christians, especially members of the A.M.E Zion Church and all individuals interested in Stewardship matters.

 4. How long does it take you to write a book?

Between three to six months.

5. Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

First from our Church General Conference Sessions in the USA, and second, from selected local churches in Liberia. 

6. What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?

It is a full-time engagement process. 

7. What would be your word of encouragement for a new author?

It is possible to be an author once you are disciplined and commit yourself to the process. It is a wonderful engagement that you will love to continue after your first experience, especially with a good publisher like Generis Publishing.