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S. Sagoe-Nkansah unravels the ugly truths about how infidelity can impact a church’s move toward revival

ACCRA, Ghana (April 16, 2018) – S. Sagoe-Nkansah has witnessed firsthand from his own leadership training within churches for over 30 years how infidelity can rock an organization to its core.

In his new book, “The Fidelity Factor: Exploring the Key that will Drive your Church Group to Revival,” Sagoe-Nkansah uses specific biblical principles to show how infidelity among corporate church organizations can rear its ugly head.

Confronting this issue is essential for the church’s growth, as church leaders and groups must learn the necessary tools to both test and measure the fidelity of their members. All forms of infidelity need to be expunged if their organizations are to survive and achieve lasting revival.

“Each member of the church has the responsibility to identify where spiritual or organizational infidelity may be lurking and work toward solving the problem,” Sagoe-Nkansah said. “This process can ready churches for the next great move of the Holy Spirit and build stronger organizations.”

In “The Fidelity Factor” Christians and church leaders young or old can learn about the importance of fidelity in order to move their church toward a collective vision and prepare for lasting revival.

“The Fidelity Factor: Exploring the Key that will Drive your Church Group to Revival”

By: Dr. S. Sagoe-Nkansah

ISBN 978-1-5320-2536-5 (sc); 978-1-5320-2811-3 (hc); 978-1-5320-2537-2 (e)

Available at the iUniverse Online Bookstore and Amazon

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