New Book Prepares Leaders To “Build A Godly Generation”
In her new book, “equipped to Build a Godly Generation,” Mercersburg author Eugenia L. Roche focuses parents, church leaders and mentors on the Word of God and empowers them to accurately and boldly communicate His nature through helpful definitions, supporting scripture passages, object lessons and practical, everyday applications.
Roche believes that as God’s nature becomes applicable to young people, it will transition from mere head knowledge to relevant, useful and personal truths. She hopes that, consequently, the spiritual deficit rampant throughout their generation will diminish and they too will be equipped to build a godly generation.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, www.tatepublishing.com/boo kstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com. The book can be obtained locally at McLaughlin’s Drug Store in Mc- Connellsburg.
Roche is the daughter of Roy and Margaret Zeis and is a graduate of James Buchanan High School.
She earned a degree in psychology from York College of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in Christian education from Antietam Bible College. Following eight years is social work, she has served as s a local missionary with Child Evangelism Fellowship in Fulton and Franklin counties, a released time Bible education coordinator, an instructor of psychology at a local Bible college, a conference and special events speaker, and a substitute school teacher. She enjoys visiting family and friends, hiking, reading and photographing nature. Roche and her husband, Richard, live in Mercersburg.
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