Dallas, Texas (PressExposure) January 02, 2010 -- Reece W. Manley, DD, M.Ed., CSTF-M., will be signing copies of his books at the Cathedral of Hope on January 10, 2010. The Cathedral of Hope is often referred to as the worldâs biggest gay and lesbian church.The church is located in Dallas, Texas, and is a congregation of the United Church of Christ.
Both books, Crossing Twice: Answers from the Source, winner of Christian Book of the Year 2009, and Spirit Thinking: Your 30 Day Guide to Enlightenment, a Golden Halo winning work, will be available for purchase at the Cathedral of Hopeâs bookstore Sources of Hope.
âIâm honored to have been asked to appear at the Cathedral of Hope. I love the Church and I believe in their compassion and inclusion,â said Dr. Manley.âAnywhere the message of Godâs love is being told is a place I can comfortably be at home.â Dr. Manleyâs work Crossing Twice will be featured at the Sources of Hope with its story of compassion and inclusion as Dr. Manley crossed into the afterlife.âOne thing I learned from that experience is not to limit Godâs love.â
The Cathedral of Hope has been ministering to Dallasâ gay and lesbian Christians since 1989. It has grown from twelve to thousands and thousands of members and attracts viewers and donations from around the world. The Cathedral of Hope is a member of the United Church of Christ, one of the fastest growing denominations in the United States.
Reece Manley has been established as a spirituality expert and one of the best new Christian writers. His works focus on progressive Christian beliefs and Christian living. âIâm especially advocating a way of life that helps one walk with God on a personal daily basis. I want to change the way people feel about their relationships with their spirituality and with their Creator. It should all be based on Godâs Grace and Love,â says Dr. Manley.
The book signing will be held on Sunday, January 10, 2010, from 9:30 to 1:30, at Cathedral of Hope on Cedar Springs Road in Dallas. The author may be reached directly at 214-206-1607 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org