Friday, July 19, 2013

Book Update for - Receiving Grace In The Grove

Our book is live!!!
You can buy it in Amazon or Kindle.
People have read and reviewed it.
Friends I am counting down the days and hope this week to have a book to sell in person to you and autograph and sell in person and on our.
By the first full week in August I should have a book to sell to you in person or by mail. Also you can order an autographed copy from my new website Online ordering is available through Lifeway, Amazon and Kindle as well.

Please keep me in prayer - (If You know me, pray to calm me down.  In real life I have to keep having reminding myself I am not covering kick-offs in the Sugar Bowl in the next 30 minutes.)  
-Pray Christ will be glorified-the story is about what He did for me and my family.
-Pray for opportunities to market this book,distribution, booksellers, and book signings.
Please recommend any places to speak or have a book signing.
-Pray that my family will be safe in travel and provided for
in this "Kick-off".

Right now I am scheduled to speak at
"Faith & Football 2013" event, coming up August 24 in Destin at the Palms Resort & Conference Center.

This is provided by Southern Sports Tonight a syndicated sports radio show in Destin, Florida and host Scott McKinney.  

I will keep you posted on all opportunities I have.  If you have and suggestions contact me at

Lift Jesus Up!
Fletcher Law
770 561 2609

(Below is information from the book jacket you might enjoy reading.)

Fletcher Law, DMin lives in his hometown of
Gainesville, Georgia. He earned a doctor of ministry
degree from Samford University’s Beeson Divinity
School. Fletcher is a minister who has worked as a
pastor, preacher, evangelist, school teacher, chaplain,
and football coach. He and his wife, Kay, have
one son, Graham. This is his first book.

Praise for Receiving Grace in the Grove
“Fletcher’s story is filled with recognition that God will provide for and sustain each of us.
This is a story of two dedicated young people with a dream. With God’s guidance a book
was born.”
—Coach Billy “Dog” Brewer, former Ole Miss head football coach and
Team of the Century member

“This book is about family, football and faith, and a lot more. Fletcher Law lets us walk with him through some pivotal moments in his life to see how God has been present in
events both big and little.”
—Timothy George, founding dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University

“This book will show you how God can use obstacles to demonstrate his power and grace. Fletcher Law’s journey will tremendously enrich your life.”
—Shannen Fields, actress and speaker, starred in the movie “Facing The Giants” and wife of Jimmy Fields, Ole Miss Letterman and High School Football Coach

“Receiving Grace at the Grove is an inspirational and compelling story about faith, family,football, and friends, and how God intertwined them into his omnipotent plan for
Fletcher Law and his family.”
—Doug Dixon, CAA, high school athletic director and head football coach

Self-published with Crossbooks a division of LIFEWAY.

Cover Graphics/Art Credit

Book Flap Book Information-
Receiving Grace in the Grove shares the true story
of Fletcher Law, who left Ole Miss a fraternity boy
without a degree and went to work for his family’s
car dealership. His future was secure. He worked for
his father’s Lincoln-Mercury dealership, got married,
and expected prosperity and certainty in his future.
After Fletcher had spent just a few years of working
in the family business, however, his father sold the
dealership. Fletcher’s security was gone.
He and his wife decided to move back to Oxford,
Mississippi, so that he could finish his degree at the
University of Mississippi. Th e plan was that he would
get his degree and then pursue his dream of being a
head high school football coach. What’s more, the
couple now had a baby on the way. With great anxiety,
they pressed on through great obstacles concerning
family, finances, and faith—and the Lord provided
people and help when they called on Him.
Receiving Grace in the Grove tells the story of how
Fletcher, through his journey, learned to trust in the
Lord and His providential grace. That trust guided
him and his family to stay together, grow and trust in
the Lord and not their own plans. Soli Deo Gloria!

Here is the book's page and some reviews on Amazon-
Here is our Facebook page-

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Apostles Today?


 Why do some men called themselves "Apostles" and not pastors? is that even biblical? Thank you!


Apostle can mean messenger.
It is an office of the early church.
It is an office I belive can only be held by Christians called by Christ in the early church.

1 Corinthians 9:1 New King James Version (NKJV)
Apostles saw and were trained personally by Jesus. The Apostle Paul wrote-
9 Am I not an apostle? Am I not free? Have I not seen Jesus Christ our Lord? Are you not my work in the Lord?

Jesus sent the Apostles.
John 20:21
21 So Jesus said to them again, “Peace to you! As the Father has sent Me, I also send you.”

Apostles received personal instruction from Christ.
Galatians 1:11-12
11 But I make known to you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached by me is not according to man. 12 For I neither received it from man, nor was I taught it, but it came through the revelation of Jesus Christ.

The prophets of the Old Testament and Apostles of the New Testament gave –from the direct revelation of God- instruction that was infallible and built Christ’s church.
Ephesians 2:19-20
19 Now, therefore, you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, 20 having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone,

My personal advise is to flee from any church or expel any man who think he is equal or dispenses any new knowledge about Christ or Scripture.

No man today can fit the description of an Apostle.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Question> Has anyone seen Jesus?

Has anyone today seen the resurrected Jesus since the end of Biblical days?

People for 2,000 have claimed to have  seen Jesus.
Some of these people seem reputable and some do not.