How to Keep Your Head on Straight in a World Gone Crazy: Developing Discernment for These Last Days
We are living in a day when countless multitudes have lost their way both morally and spiritually. Like a ship without anchor, this last day’s generation is being tossed to and fro by a flood of deception and wrong influences that is tragically causing people to lose their moorings. What should we do to make sure we don’t get sucked in to the chaotic swirl of moral and spiritual confusion sweeping the world today? That is the vital question prolific author and Greek scholar Rick Renner answers in this riveting and timely book.
About the author
author of more than 30 books, is well known for his top-selling classics
Sparkling Gems From the Greek and Dressed To Kill, which have sold more than a
million copies combined. Rick’s broad understanding of the Greek language and
biblical history opens up the Scriptures in a unique way that enables readers
to gain wisdom and insight while learning something brand new from the Word of
God. A highly respected leader, teacher, and author within the Christian
community, both in the U.S. and abroad, Rick and his wife Denise have traveled
the earth for three decades, teaching the Word of God. They work together to
see the Gospel preached, leadership trained and churches established throughout
the former Soviet Union.
In addition to serving as senior pastors of the Moscow Good News Church, Rick and Denise are the founders of the Riga and Kiev Good News Churches, the Good News Training Center, and the Good News Association of Pastors and Churches, through which they oversee several hundred churches. The Renners also founded Media Mir, the first Christian television network established in the former USSR that today broadcasts to a potential audience of 110 million people. Their highest goal is to know Christ and to present Him to others in a meaningful way. Rick is the founder and senior pastor of the Moscow Good News Church. Rick and Denise reside in Moscow, along with their three sons and their families.