Dr. Paul Perkins

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For an author writing is as necessary as breathing. They don't write for money or to court literary fame, but because they believe they have something to say. It matters not that anyone will read or listen, the words must be written, and if in the process someone is blessed -- all the more wonderful

Dr. Perkins has written for a long time, but only recently has sought to publish his work and venture into new genres. He believes in education, finally earning his doctorate at the age of 55. He believes that learning never ends, giving fodder to the imagination and breathing life into the characters on his page. His hope is to continue telling stories for a new generation of readers and aspiring authors.

Dr. Perkins' first novel is "Centurion: From glory to glory", but is not his first book. He has written "Legacy to my sons", "The Lost Shepherd", "The prayer of a transformed life", "The Cost", and a verity of Christian Youth Devotionals. 

Devotionals

 

In Christ the old is gone and the new has come. God has brought the Jews and the Gentiles into a unified body, that by design is to glorify God in its diverse unity. 

Ephesians is a study of God's call for us to live in unity through the power of the Holy spirit. As those who are brought back to life we no longer walk according to the world, fragmented and broken, but are transformed into a vibrant living and loving body.

 
Colossians: In All Things Supreme
By Dr. Paul Perkins

The book of Colossians is a Prison Epistle (letter written while in prison). Paul wrote it circa 60-62 A.D. The key personalities include Paul, Timothy, Tychicus, Onesimus, Aristarchus, Mark, and Epaphras. It was written to counter and respond to heretical teachings and encourage believers to serve with fervor and passion. 

Revelation is an exploration to reclaim our first love. Studying the book of Revelation is more than understanding end time prophecies, it is experiencing the power of the risen Christ and the hope of His return. Examining our hearts as we allow the Spirit to work through His Word, we come to realize that the abundant life Jesus promised is anchored in the promise of His return.