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Pastor shares God’s word in new book

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Posted: Friday, February 21, 2014 4:30 am

Dennis Eisch is the former pastor of the True Freedom Church in Killeen.

He has written a book titled, “Walking Into Your Prayers: A Relationship With God.”

He is now sharing his book with local churches in Central Texas.

Where are you from originally?

I am originally from Wisconsin.

In 1999, God told me to come to Texas while I was mowing the lawn. Five years later, we moved to Central Texas.

Tell me a little about your family.

I have been married to my wife, Renee, for 38 years. We have three grown daughters who are married and we have eight grandchildren.

Where can people get a copy of the book?

It is available on Amazon.com.

Is this your first book?

Yes. We do plan on writing more books in the future. Right now, my wife and I are working on a second book with daily devotionals.

What is this book about?

This book is about how people can have a talking relationship with the Lord. I hope to be able to share this book with pastors as well.

God uses me to share scriptures and messages with people.

The book is a guide to having a better relationship with God.

What church are you currently working at?

We are currently helping out at Word of Knowledge Ministries in Harker Heights with Bible studies and preaching.

Before that, we were at the True Freedom Church in Killeen.

What do you want people to learn from the book?

God wants to talk with you. You can have a talking relationship with the Lord.

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