Book Release: Keys to the Kingdom
Story by Visitor Staff
Bob Tate, a retired pastor and member of Ohio Conference’s Centerville church, recently released Keys to the Kingdom through TEACH Services. Read below how he hopes the book will equip members to be more actively involved in sharing Christ.
Visitor: What made you want to write this book?
Tate: I’ve been involved in one form or another in literature ministry in the church for 50 years. I read myself into Christianity and the [Seventh-day] Adventist church. … I didn’t go to meetings or [take]Bible studies. I read myself. Was convicted I could share the gospel, I picked up on it and never thought I could sell anything (started at 27). Since that time, I’ve read much literature from our presses. … It was all good, but never read anything that was a synopsis of the gospel.
Visitor: What is included in the book?
Tate: This little booklet is only about 25 pages. In front it has two pages that is a synopsis of the gospel from birth to assentation, then an open door invitation to accept the gospel. It also includes five small Bible studies. There is also a page listing various doctrinal things [to study]—The Sabbath, mark of the beast, etc. [This] is a sharing booklet.
For more information or to purchase the book, visit https://www.teachservices.com/keys-to-the-kingdom-tate-robert-saddle-stitch/.