CHAMBERSBURG (OCT. 2, 2019) — Author Dianne B. Salter announces the publication of her new book, “Just Imagine” on October 15 from 4–7 P.M. at Franklin County Visitors Center at 15 S. Main Street, Chambersburg. The Open House will include book signings, giveaways, refreshments, and reduced book prices.
“Since there is no longer a local Christian bookstore, this gives the opportunity to preview the book and mingle with others who have read it,” Salter said.
The new book, “Just Imagine; The Joy of God’s Hospitality Overflowing with Loving Relationships” is published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan. The book answers the questions: What is hospitality in the spiritual sense? Why do we extend God’s hospitality? Who is to offer it? How do we live out God’s hospitality?
”I encourage you to purchase her new book on Christian hospitality,” said Jennifer Lucas Pond of Frederick, Md.
She said she highly recommends it for small group studies and discussions.
“It’s a great read,” she said.
Salter said ideas outlined in the book is not a program but instead a Christian lifestyle, especially necessary in the church.
“I hope readers take away a better understanding of God’s call to hospitality throughout scripture,” she said. “Specifically, it’s my desire for churches and individuals to walk away with an action plan to implement intentional hospitality in their own lives and communities.”
The Book is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and through Salter’s website: https://www.justimaginegodshospitality.com/about-the-book
About the Author
Dianne B. Salter was raised by a welcoming Christian family. A faith-filled church nurtured her, providing many experiences of God’s love. Salter served the local church for twenty years. She joyfully directed children, youth, and adults to discover that love.
Ministry to the poor is near to her heart and was the focus of her Doctor of Ministry Studies at Wesley Theological Seminary.
She realized that God longs to have a relationship with those outside the church. The poor, the unchurched, ethnic groups, young adults, and church “drop-outs” became the focus of her ministry.
Salter is an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church. She helps churches across denominations realign the vision and develop hospitality that flows through all a church does.
For more information contact Dianne Salter at 717-816-1729, 717-264-2411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.