Dr. Roy T. Dalton's new book
Let's Go To Church " Why There Should Not Be Denominations In the Christian Churches(?)"
WHEN YOU READ THIS, YOUR LIFE WILL NEVER BE THE SAME .....GET THIS BOOK AND BE BLESSED!
I have read Dr. Dalton's book and have found it to be a thorough and pertinent discourse on a critical issue facing church organizations throughout our nation. It addresses conflicts that arise among the many different denominations which create disunion that, unfortunately, permeates our religious culture today. I highly recommend this reading to all who are looking for biblical references for addressing the issue. Dr. Joseph DeVault, Ed.D.
Dr. Dalton has skillfully written a book that is a vivid expectation and pictorial illustration of Christian unity. It leads the reader to an extended personal understanding of the importance of unity in the universal Christian church, and provides a road map as to how that unity can be brought to fruition. Ardell B. Manns, Retired Educator
B. A. Barber Scotia College & M. Ed. Virginia Tech
POWERFUL; A must read for all who truly wants to see the kingdom of God advance. Dr. Dalton has successfully handled the word of God to show how necessary unity without compromise is in the Church today. Pastor Mary O. Johnson
The Way of the Cross Full Gospel Baptist Church
Dr. Dalton in this book, Lets Go To Church seek to point out some of the particular areas that we must focus on in order to bring unity to the Body of Christ. We can not continue to go our separate ways, have our own individual thoughts and practice our own beliefs if we are going to carry out the mission and the great commission that has been assigned to the church. Though each local church has a specific job to do in the Body of Christ, we should all be governed by the same manual, the bible The Word of God. Dr. Dalton points out the enemy is winning against the local church because of our desire to be in the number one spot and the only one right in our teaching. The hope is that the church of the Living God will come together in unity of the faith and learn to except one anothers practical differences and not biblical differences. There is no room for compromise where the Word of God is concern. The bible says, Let your yea, be yea and your nay, be nay. I believe that you will enjoy reading this book as much as I did. Take from it the heart of what God is saying to His Body, its time to pull together that we not pull apart.
Apostle Raymond L. Otey
Former Virginia State Director of Protocol
Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship International
Senior Pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church
Providence Forge, Virginia
Let's Go To Church